Richard King’s Original Rockers is more than a behind-the-scenes music memoir. It is a book of passion, capturing a time when music was everything.
Though it has been a while since Furtado’s last full length release, it would seem that she has lost none of the unique vibe that has earned her millions of fans worldwide.
Paige Hardt’s debut novel I, Peter Wood is a captivating examination of human relationships and the tale of one family’s journey back to one another. There’s always a bit of pressure on a debut novelist picked up from the slush pile, and no one knows that better than Hardt, who has been trying to break … Continue reading Paige Hardt – I, Peter Wood (Literature Review)
"I found myself thinking of him [Tom] when I wasn’t reading the book and he stayed with me long after I finished."
One in every 2500 Australian children are born with Cystic Fibrosis every year, with one in twenty-five people carrying the gene. The average Cystic Fibrosis patient will be admitted to hospital between one to six times a year, as complications increase with age.
Having called the music industry home for a number of years now, ex-school teacher turned singer/songwriter Scott Darlow discusses his debut solo album, Sorry, working with Shane Howard and being an ambassador for World Vision Australia.
Clark has always had a vivid imagination and something of a penchant for storytelling, however turning her hobby into a career never really seemed to be an option. Instead she honed her skills as a technical writer and at night she would tell her children stories of her Southern African heritage.
Myles’ style is bold and unique, frenzied and unyielding as she seemingly refuses to follow the poetic rules of those set out by her predecessors.
Australian historian Anna Clark is well-regarded in her chosen field and is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow in Public History at Sydney’s University of Technology. In the early 2000s, she received the NSW Premier’s Prize for Australian History and the Queensland Premier’s Prize for Best Literary or Media Work Advancing Public Debate alongside colleague … Continue reading Anna Clark – Private Lives, Public History (Literature Review)
As Genesis’ guitarist from 1970 to 1977, Steve Hackett contributed to some of the band’s best songs, such as Blood on the Rooftops, The Musical Box and Afterglow. In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the group’s iconic Wind and Wuthering album, Hackett is making his inaugural journey to Australia in August with his highly-acclaimed Genesis Revisited tour.