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Vale Les Murray, a Witty, Anti-Authoritarian, National Poet Who Spoke to the World, David McCooey , single work obituary

'The death of the Australian poet Les Murray at the age of 80 is a profound loss for his family and friends. It is also a great loss for literature. Whether one writes “world literature” or “Australian literature” here signifies not only Murray’s standing, but also a profound tension in his status as a poet. Murray has long been seen, not only as Australia’s pre-eminent living poet, but also as its national poet.'  (Introduction) 

Australian Poet Les Murray Dies at 80, Bellinda Kontominas , Stephanie Tiller , single work obituary

'Australian literary giant and poet Les Murray has died at the age of 80.'

Bran Nue Dae 'more Important Than Ever' as Landmark Musical Returns for 30th Anniversary, Matt Bamford , single work column

'With Indigenous youth suicide rates at record levels, poor living conditions and substance abuse crippling communities, there's never been a better time for Bran Nue Dae.'

Multiple Sclerosis Took Away Former Sydney Writers' Festival Director Caro Llewellyn's Ability to Read, Alice Walker , single work column

'Caro Llewellyn has long trusted in her reading. As the director of Sydney Writers' Festival from 2002 to 2006 it was, after all, how she discovered and selected authors.'

How Australian Theatre Rebalanced Its Gender Disparity, Jane Howard , single work column

In 2019, women will make up 47 per cent of playwrights and 58 per cent of directors on our mainstages — a radical turn around from just a decade ago.

NT Government Hoping Top End Wedding Movie Will Give Tourism a Boost Following Premiere, Alexia Attwood , single work column

'Actor Miranda Tapsell has revealed the deep emotional connection she felt while making the "joyous and happy" Australian film, Top End Wedding.'

The Australian Working with Reese Witherspoon to Flip the Script on Women's Stories, Anna Kelsey-Sugg , Verica Jokic , single work column

'Years ago, at age 13, Sarah Harden wrote to Jana Wendt to express respect for the journalist's intelligence, humour and ability to handle Mick Jagger calling her "bossy boots".'

AFLW Inspires All-female Version of David Williamson's Classic Football Stage Play The Club, Matthew Smith , single work column
Stella Prize Won by First-time Author Vicki Laveau-Harvie for Her Memoir of Family Dysfunction, The Erratics, Patrick Carey , single work column
Yassmin Abdel-Magied Turns to Fiction to Process Public Backlash with Novel You Must Be Layla, Alice Walker , single work column

'In 2017, Yassmin Abdel-Magied described herself as "the most publicly hated Muslim in Australia".'

Australian Author, Nobel Candidate Gerald Murnane on Having Career Upswing at 80 Then Quitting Publishing, Sarah L'Estrange , single work column

'When Gerald Murnane came into the ABC's Southbank centre for an interview and portrait session recently, he regaled photographer Zan Wimberley with a rendition of the Hungarian national anthem (he learned Hungarian late in life). He sang with gusto and a big grin. He certainly has a lot to be happy about.'

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