Lachlan Liesfield

Book Review: The First Man – Albert Camus

Lachlan Liesfield's #bookreview is almost an #authorreview as he writes not only of Albert Camus' incomplete final novel The First Man, but of Camus himself, and the insight the novel offers into the late, great author.  

The First Man

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Lachlan Liesfield

Lachlan is an aspiring writer in any form he can lay his hands on, be that novels, screenplays, journalism, or playwriting. Currently studying a Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Law double degree at Monash University, he hopes to find his way into the Arts, one way or another.

Book Review: Man’s Search for Meaning – Viktor Frankl

Viktor Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning is what you’ll find at Lachlan R Dale’s bedside, and, reflecting on the psychiatrist’s experiences in Auschwitz, is a must have and unique perspective on the human psyche. Man’s Search for Meaning Viktor Frankl Viktor Frankl, a Jewish psychiatrist and neurologist, was interned in a number of concentration camps

Eurovision: Anti-booing and boycotting

So, you’re going to show your non-support of Russia by booing their Eurovision entry this year? With fancy anti-booing technology on the cards, Tim Chandler suggests you think again.   The Eurovision Song Contest has taken the extraordinary measure of installing anti-booing technology as a Plan B to any unfavourable audience reactions – mainly towards Russia. Russia wasn’t the crowd favourite at

Dolan Reskov

Artist Interview: Dolan Reskov

Juliette Furio chats with painter Dolan Reskov, who explores how the discipline, beauty and freedom from his past in graffiti and street art translates to the canvas. Street artist turned painter, Dolan Reskov aka Cheeba, gained some notoriety as a “writer” (graffiti artist) in the late ’90s during the 2nd wave of Sydney street art,