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* Contents derived from the 2021 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
New Film 'Here Out West' Seeks to Paint a Different Picture About Living in Western Sydney, Rani Hayman , single work column
'A film shot in Blacktown, with eight different stories, from eight different cultural backgrounds, in nine different languages.'
The Best New Books to Read in November As Selected by Avid Readers and Critics, Kate Evans , Claire Nichols , Sarah L'Estrange , Declan Fry , Khalid Warsame , single work review
— Review of Devotion Hannah Kent , 2021 single work novel ; How to End a Story : Diaries 1995–1998 Helen Garner , 2021 single work diary ; The Last Woman in the World Inga Simpson , 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.'
Performance Artist Hanna Cormick on Disability, Climate Change and Why the Way We Make Art Needs to Change, Hannah Reich , single work column
Actor John Bell Says We Need Art That Helps Us Make Sense of the COVID-19 Pandemic, Simon Leo Brown , single work column

'In 2015, John Bell stepped aside from Bell Shakespeare, the Australian theatre company he co-founded 25 years previously.

'At the time he made one thing very clear: he was not retiring.'

WWI Veteran's Niece Turns 100 as Family Marks Sacrifice and Legacy of Fryer Brothers, Jasmine Hines , Guy Williams , single work column
'John 'Jack' Fryer was a 19-year-old scholarship student from a tiny town in Queensland when he went to face the horrors of World War I alongside his three brothers.'
Filmmaker Risks Safety to Shoot Undercover Documentary About Lion Trophy Hunting, Nicole Dyer , Tom Forbes , Kirsten Webster , single work column
'An Australian filmmaker who went undercover to film a documentary about big game hunting in Africa is hoping the movie will help to end trophy hunting.'
Hannah Kent Veers Away from the Historical Accuracy of 'Burial Rites' to Craft 'Devotion', a Queer Romance, Hannah Reich , single work column
'Hannah Kent's first two novels were bleak explorations of historical crimes: her 2013 debut Burial Rites told the story of the last person executed in Iceland; 2016's The Good People, steeped in Irish folklore, focused on the murder of a young child.' 
Midnight Oil Announces Final Tour to Coincide with Latest Studio Album, Matt Neal , single work column
'Seeing Midnight Oil live is always an exhilarating experience, whether it be in a sweaty pub such as the former Selina's in Coogee Beach, a New York ballroom, or under the broad southern sky at a winery.'
Have We Moved On From Cultural Cringe? 'Books That Made Us' Puts Australian Literature in the Spotlight, Maani Truu , single work
'Great books can shape lives — so, it's no surprise that the people who inspire us to dive into the world of literature can also leave an enduring mark.'
Pioneering Indigenous Actor, Dancer, Singer, Artist David Dalaithhngu Dies Aged 68, Caitlyn Davey , single work obituary
'Pioneering Indigenous actor David Dalaithngu AM has died aged 68.'
Trailblazing and Internationally Acclaimed, David Dalaithngu Walked Tall in Two Cultures, Matt Garrick , single work biography
'At just 17 years old, when David Dalaithngu first touched down in Europe, he was the toast of the town — a young, handsome Aboriginal film actor from the remote Northern Territory who could hardly speak English.'
David Dalaithngu's Screen Presence Changed Australia's Film Industry Forever. Here's a Look at Some of His Major Roles, Alice Dempster , single work column

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