Three disasters, a wedding and a funeral

Reckoning with family in times of drought, fire and flood


What can children before God learn about parenthood from the Psalms?

Written on the skin

Trading the joys of a childhood spent in the sun for an adulthood under scrutiny on a skin clinic table

Diaries (2018–19)

Collected thoughts on writers seeking permission to write, Eurydice Dixon, the Nobel for Murnane and dealing with errant chooks

Tasteful sexuality

An oral history of the Warwick & Joanne Capper ‘Penthouse’ shoot


Jane Austen as reviewed by men on Goodreads

How I fought off a robodebt

One man’s battle against the confounding maths of a Centrelink robodebt

The Djab Wurrung Birthing Tree

The highway construction causing irredeemable cultural and environmental damage

Vanishing voices

The cultural damage of homogenising language

Election night bingo

Pens at the ready for the nation’s big night in