Nadine Champion’s "10 Seconds of Courage" is a story to remember.
Fulfilling his father’s wish that he become the family scribe and preserver of all things literary within their family, young Abdel Kader Haidara takes up his father’s place as a literary conservationist. His job involves working with a dedicated team to preserve Malian culture and history for future generations. Reluctant though he may have been … Continue reading Joshua Hammer – The Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu (Literature Review)
“Daring to think that the rules don’t apply is the mark of a visionary. It’s also a symptom of narcissism.” – Ariel Levy.
If you’ve watched any home improvement or design show recently, you’re probably familiar with the Danish term, “Hygge”. A word commonly associated with well-being, Hygge basically means to embrace the things in life with which you are comfortable, surrounding yourself with things that lift you up. While there is no strict “how-to” for Hygge like … Continue reading Charlotte Abrahams – Hygge: A Celebration of Simple Pleasures (Literature Review)
Nashville-based Australian country music singer/songwriter Grayson (otherwise known as Michael Edser) has called the music business home since 2006. With four studio albums, international success and a potential career in TV and film-making, it would seem his diversity knows no bounds. In this interview, we talk about his latest single, Margarita, plans for a new album, and the changing landscape of Australian country music.
With Kirsty Lee Akers' latest single, Drive 'Til the Wheels Fall Off set to be released tomorrow, I thought I'd share this flashback from when I reviewed her chart-topping album, Burn Baby Burn.
Ireland’s bestselling novelist Marian Keyes explores the ups and downs of marriage in her latest novel, The Break.
Have you ever read a book so good that you wish you could sit down with the author and chat about it, like an old friend you invite over for morning tea once a month? Well, in The Writer’s Room, Stella Prize winning author Charlotte Wood has done just that. A collection of some of her most notable interviews from the online journal of the same name, The Writer’s Room provides insights into the creative processes behind some of Australia and New Zealand’s best loved literary works.
With Ben Sanders' new novel, The Stakes, set to be released in early 2018, let's take a trip down memory lane with this interview.
Now, Imagine is being introduced to an even newer generation – those who are still discovering this world – through the publication of a new children’s book based on Lennon’s undisputed classic.