In retrospect, the Hawke years seem something of a golden age.
By Mungo MacCallum on the
Cover of The Library
Stuart Kells celebrates book collections real and imagined, tangible and intangible
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Still from Cao Fei’s Rumba II: Nomad
Five Australian and international artists engage with history, impermanence and decay
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They can and they do, and politicians only object when it’s a message they don’t like
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In 2017, why is it so alien to have women of colour heading up a science fiction franchise?
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Armando Iannucci and Lucrecia Martel shine at this year’s TIFF
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Cover of Force of Nature
In Jane Harper’s new crime thriller, group tensions boil over in the bush
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The majesty of Björk, new releases from Ibeyi and The Orbweavers, and more
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The Church is inconsistent in its rhetoric on discrimination
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Matthew Newton’s latest film is – appropriately – a story about facing up to the past
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Self-portrait of Vivian Maier
In a world obsessed with sharing images, what should we make of a street photographer who hoarded them?
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The dire title belies this game’s thoughtful exploration of mental illness
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Lionel Murphy was a singular personality – and it got him in trouble
By Mungo MacCallum on the
Cover of Conversations with Friends
The protagonists of Sally Rooney’s debut novel privilege irony over emotion
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Equality, acceptance and the Safe Schools scandal – a ‘Quarterly Essay’ extract
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‘A Legacy of Spies’ brings together two of John le Carré’s greatest characters – but why?
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Cover of Beyond Veiled Clichés
Amal Awad’s book presents Arab women in their own words and in their own right
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