Following the recent mini-revival of Countdown on the ABC, it seems there is no better time than the present to take a look inside Meldrum’s second memoir, Ah, Well, Nobody’s Perfect: The Untold Stories.
In this interview, Neil speaks about making a living through art, how poetry has helped heal the scars of mental illness and what people can expect from his first Australian tour.
J.L. Carrell’s thriller, The Shakespeare Secret, has drama worthy of The Bard himself.
In 2014, I caught up with Justin Heazlewood (AKA The Bedroom Philosopher) following a performance at Queensland Poetry Festival. In August 2017, he will return to the line-up with his highly-praised "Cat Show". As such, I thought now would be a great time to share some of the best bits from one of my favourite interviews.
Whether you write for pleasure or profit, this is the “how-to” guide you’ve been waiting for.
Whether you’re a fan of the band, or just a lover of music history, this is one book you can’t go past.
Film-making is no easy feat, as the Roache-Turner brothers discovered when they embarked upon making their first feature film, Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead.
Combining the talents of Ms Lauryn Hill, Grace, Usher, Mary J. Blige and others, Nina Revisited: A Tribute to Nina Simone pays homage to a musician who refused to back down from what she believed in. Often regarded as one of the greatest musicians in the world, Nina Simone’s music is legendary. From 'Feelin’ … Continue reading Various Artists – Nina Revisited: A Tribute to Nina Simone (Album Review)
"I found myself thinking of him [Tom] when I wasn’t reading the book and he stayed with me long after I finished."
Even if, like myself, you don’t know much about classical music, there’s a power in this song that draws you in. Backed by Zimmer and his band, you just know it’s going to be good, but Guo’s efforts on the cello give it an epic quality you can’t ignore.