“Maggie Stone” is a great intersection of time and place, where the bias in the narrative spookily echoes what we tolerate in our everyday lives.
The recommendation that religious schools be able to discriminate against students is an easy headline to be angry at. The reality is quite different.
Stephen Colyer’s recent production of the Torch Song Trilogy comes with great expectation, but delivers in great doses.
Jeremy Richman reviewed last night’s IQ2 Debate and came up with the conclusion; “the harsh truth is, that they would have achieved a better result by not turning up.”
Glen Falkenstein witnesses the continued rise of Jake Gyllenhaal’s acting chops; almost completely unrecognisable in Southpaw.
Jordan King-Lacroix has found evidence that suggests Tony Abbott is doing a great job as PM; with every news decision he makes, he unites the whole nation.
Continuing on with last week’s narrative thread, we asked writer Lachlan Liesfield what books he’d plunge himself into an inferno to save.