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* Contents derived from the Canberra, Australian Capital Territory,: 2014 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Boyer Lectures, series - publisher
How to Write an Unusual History of Australia, Peter Macinnis , single work essay
'Winning a televised quiz show was easy, writes Peter Macinnis. Writing a scientific history of Australia that schoolkids would find interesting? That was far trickier...'
Note: Posted Thursday 21 January 2016
The 200th Anniversary of the Death of Pemulwuy, Paul W. Newbury , single work essay
'Pemulwuy; resistance fighter and sovereign war hero of the Eora nation was shot and killed in 1802, whilst desperately fighting to defend his family, his land, his lifestyle and his nation from the devastation of the British invasion. ...'
Note: Posted Tuesday 22 October 2002
Songlines : The Indigenous Memory Code, Lynne Malcolm , Olivia Willis , single work essay
Note: Posted 8 July 2016
Lionel Shriver on Free Speech, Identity and the Future of the US, Paul Barclay (interviewer), single work interview
My Brother Jack Turns 50, single work multimedia
Weyrd Stories of Brisbane in Angela Slatter's Vigil, Kate Evans (interviewer), single work interview

'Angela Slatter’s novel Vigil is set in Brisbane-with-a-twist.

'It’s contemporary Brisbane, but there’s a Boatman on the river ferrying the dead, alongside the CityCats.

'There are sirens, angels, vampires and other indeterminate creatures in the bars and cafes and bookshops.

'And when someone crosses the line, Verity Fassbinder PI steps in to work things out.

'Angela Slatter speaks with Kate Evans.'

Note: Posted 28 August 2016
From Lawyer in Ireland to Best Selling Author in Perth, Barry Nicholls (interviewer), single work interview

'Author Dervla McTiernan tells ABC Early Mornings host Barry Nicholls about her path to crime writing.' 

Combining Science and Writing Children's Books, Barry Nicholls (interviewer), single work interview

'Scientist Cristy Burne tells Early Mornings host Barry Nicholls how science and writing children's books goes hand in hand.'

Tara June Winch and Tony Birch Speak about Their Latest Works, Michael Cathcart (interviewer), single work interview

'Tony Birch and Tara June Winch are leading voices in the swelling chorus of Australian Indigenous writing.

'Their latest novels are potent stories of survival and hope, which, along the way, reveal the transformative power of Indigenous languages.

'These are major new works from two of Australia's most beguiling writers.

'They are speaking with Michael Cathcart.' (Introduction)

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