Lili Wilkinson and guest Ailsa Piper explore Ray Lawler's Australian classic, Summer of the Seventeenth Doll.
This edition of Texts in the City features Lili Wilkinson and Laura Carroll discussing Jane Austen's Persuasion.
In this very special event, acclaimed novelist J.M. Coetzee reads from his new book, The Childhood of Jesus.
Martin Flanagan and James Ley discuss an Australian classic - Henry Lawson's short story The Drover's Wife.
Tony Birch and Josephine Rowe explore Raymond Carver's 1976 short story collection, Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?
Tony Birch and Corrie Perkin discuss Colm Tóibín's Brooklyn.
Geordie Williamson explains his passion for Australian literature's past masters. With Sarah L'Estrange.
Author David Shields speaks to Sally Heath about his wildly inventive manifesto, Reality Hunger.
Helen Garner, David Shields, Jose Dalisay Jr and Margo Jefferson join Michael Cathcart to discuss the boundaries and ...
In this episode of Australian Literature 101, Ramona Koval is joined by Cloudstreet's first publisher, Hilary McPhee.
Philip Morrissey joins Ramona Koval to discuss Kim Scott's award-winning modern classic, That Deadman Dance.
Ramona Koval is joined by Peter Craven, who offers his considered thoughts on Patrick White's classic novel Voss.
Join us for a celebration of McSweeney's 41 - a survey of contemporary Australian Aboriginal fiction - with its edito...
Alex Miller and Jim Davidson mark the anniversary of their friend Hazel Rowley's passing, and announce the winner of ...
Ruby J Murray and Dr Grace Moore examine Charles Dickens' classic text, A Christmas Carol.
Alison Croggon explores Ray Lawler's Summer of the Seventeenth Doll for Australian Literature 101, with Ramona Koval.
Ramona Koval is joined by Michelle de Kretser, who examines Christina Stead's classic novel, The Man Who Loved Children.
In this video-only Texts in the City, Jenny Niven and Chris Wallace-Crabbe look at Collected Poems of Gwen Harwood.
Lorin Clarke joins Ruby Murray to discuss Louis Nowra's Australian classic, Cosi.
Chris Wallace-Crabbe joins Ramona Koval to discuss the poems of Judith Wright.
Janette Turner Hospital discusses her distinguished career as a writer and educator of literature with Jo Case.
In the series debut, Ramona Koval and Michael Williams explore the generous historical voice of Watkin Tench.
Jacinda Woodhead, Myke Bartlett, Lili Wilkinson and Louise Swinn ask: will today's genre be tomorrow's literature?
In this lecture, the acclaimed writer interrogates the relationships between readers, authors and critics.
Tony Moore, Robyn Annear and Des Cowley remember 'urban bohemian' journalist, poet and novelist Marcus Clarke.
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