My dad was hidden away in the mountains when the bombs fell.
The speech is the poetry of politics.
On the novel and history, truth and Papua New Guinea
Louise Adler on the place of the memoir in Australian politics
Lloyd Jones at a new frontier
Steven Carroll on the trail of T.S. Eliot and his sense of place
Tôn Thất Quỳnh Du translates Trần Doãn Nho’s memory of one harrowing night in Vietnam
Elizabeth Caplice reflects on her illness and sharing her experience through writing
Jessie Cole explores the space between sex, fantasy and literature
Lauren Carroll Harris describes her experience with electromagnetic therapy
Scott Brook reminisces on Hoang Tran Nguyen’s art exhibitions in Footscray
Lee Kofman reflects on the difficulty of writing honestly