Stories: Arts, Music & Culture

Arts, Music & Culture: Novelist Natasha Lester on why she loves Paris and New York

William Yeoman

Bestselling West Australian author Natasha Lester joins our Books Editor Will Yeoman for a fun travelogue and a dramatised excerpt from her latest novel, A Kiss From Mr Fitzgerald

Arts, Music & Culture: Curator and author Lee Kinsella on WA artist Miriam Stannage

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Acclaimed WA artist Miriam Stannage challenges us to see the world anew. Curator and author Lee Kinsella talks to Will Yeoman about a major new book and exhibition focussing on Stannage's beautiful, disquieting work.

Arts, Music & Culture: Building trust with readers

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Travel Editor Stephen Scourfield talks to Books Editor Will Yeoman about his latest literary venture, Don't Forget to Write.

Arts, Music & Culture: Poet David McCooey drops over from Geelong bearing poetic gifts

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With poems ranging from the confessional to the mock-autobiographical, from imagism to a strange storytelling, from the comic and satirical to the plangent and disturbing, the former Perth resident's latest collection Star Struck startles with the many faces of lyric poetry.

Arts, Music & Culture: New poetry collection traverses the world

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From suburban Australia to the streets of London and the canals of Venice, prolific Australian poet Paul Hetherington’s new collection Burnt Umber evokes a world where the past is another country too.

Arts, Music & Culture: A Chinese Affair: found in translation

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Sydney author Isabelle Li's debut short story collection is a rich exploration of Chinese culture and language, and the dissonances and mistranslations that result through migration and cross-cultural encounters.

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