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Trent Dalton's 'Boy Swallows Universe' Premieres at Queensland Theatre as Part of Brisbane Festival, Hannah Story , single work column
'Author Trent Dalton recalls being moved to tears when he sat in early rehearsals for the theatrical adaptation of his bestselling novel Boy Swallows Universe.' (Introduction)
'Heroes, Rebels and Innovators' Inspire a New Generation of First Nations Readers, Melissa Maykin , single work column
'Martu woman Karen Wyld knew exactly who she was writing for in her latest non-fiction children's book.'
The Best New Books to Read in September as Selected by Avid Readers and Critics, Claire Nichols , Sarah L'Estrange , Declan Fry , Khalid Warsame , single work review
— Review of Empire of the Vampire Jay Kristoff , 2021 single work novel ; The Things We See in the Light Amal Awad , 2021 single work novel ;
'Welcome to ABC Arts' monthly book column. Each month, we'll present a shortlist of new releases read and recommended by The Bookshelf's Kate Evans and The Book Show's Claire Nichols and Sarah L'Estrange — alongside freelance writers and book reviewers. This month, we're thrilled to present recommendations from Declan Fry and Khalid Warsame.' (Introduction)
Gay Welch Worked with Some of the World's Biggest Designers and 'Could Have Been Our First Supermodel', Edwina Seselja , single work biography
'Iconic Coco Chanel suits, Givenchy dresses, Christian Dior stilettos and a Vivienne Westwood turban are among the designer garments and accessories owned and worn by the late Gay Welch, a Brisbane woman who is considered one of Australia's first "supermodels".' (Introduction)
Remembering Terrence Rigney, the WWII Tailor Who Walked the Kokoda Track with His Bagpipes, Rick Eaves , single work biography
'For many of us, bagpipes are a love or hate affair, but Burnie tailor Terrence Rigney loved his so much that he took them to war and along the Kokoda Track.' (Introduction)
Booker Prize Shortlist 2021 : British-Somali Author Nadifa Mohamed Makes History, Americans Dominate, Dee Jefferson , single work column
'Just one British author has made the shortlist for the UK's prestigious Booker Prize, announced on Tuesday afternoon (London time) in a live-streamed ceremony.' (Introduction)
ARIA Scraps Gendered Categories Ahead of November's Music Awards, Paul Donoughue , single work single work column
'Australia's major music awards are doing away with gendered categories in order to make the competition more inclusive at a time of upheaval in the industry over gender and racial equality.' (Introduction)
Status Quo Founding Member Alan Lancaster Dies in Sydney Aged 72 After Living 45 Years in Australia, Jason Dasey , single work obituary
'Alan Lancaster, a founding member of British rock group Status Quo who lived more than half his life in Australia, has died in Sydney at the age of 72.' (Introduction)
Black Summer Drama Aims to Help People 'Understand', But Experts Say it Could be Triggering and Offer Advice, Keira Proust , Lindsay McDougall , Sally Bryant , single work column
'As communities across parts of south-eastern Australia continue the journey of recovery after the devastating Black Summer bushfires, the creators of a new ABC series hope it will help people better understand the experiences of those who bore the brunt of the disaster.' (Introduction)
'Moulin Rouge!' Hits the High Note at the Tony Awards as 'Jagged Little Pill' Faces Investigation, single work column
'Moulin Rouge! The Musical has cleaned up at the Tony Awards in a subdued awards year that saw just a fraction of the usual shows nominated due to Broadway's COVID shutdown.' (Introduction)
Film About Earlier Life of Port Arthur Gunman, Nitram, Still 'Too Raw' For Many Tasmanians, Ellen Coulter , single work column

'It's been a quarter of a century since the worst massacre in modern Australian history.'

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