What We’re Watching: June Edition

Little Fires Everywhere Claire Thompson, Program Officer Last week I watched Little Fires Everywhere, an eight-episode miniseries based on Celeste Ng’s 2017 bestselling novel, Little Fires Everywhere, now available on Amazon Prime Video. Having loved...

What We’re Listening To: May

Dragon Friends Ashley Kalagian Blunt, Senior Program Officer More nonsense: a Dungeons & Dragon comedy podcast. I have no interest in D&D, and heard about this podcast and the Sydney-based live show for years without trying it. But after I listened to all...

May

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern and Happiness for Humans by P.Z. Reizin Claire Thompson, Program Officer I’m currently reading The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. This book came out quite a few years ago, and I remember it being popular then, but I...

What We’re Watching: April Edition

Jane McCredie, CEO Last night, I watched the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards online. It wasn’t quite as good as having all the excited winners in the same physical space, but still a wonderful celebration of brave and brilliant writers confronting some of the biggest...

What We’re Listening To: April Edition

Sarah Mott, Project and Communications Officer Bird’s Eye View Made with, hosted by and featuring women incarcerated in Sector Four, the female block inside Darwin Correctional Centre—a men’s prison. This podcast is only 10 episodes long but is packed with interviews,...

March

The Second Cure by Margaret Morgan Julia Tsalis, Program Manager It has taken me awhile to get to Margaret Morgan’s The Second Cure, and it has ended up being a strange (and uncomfortably close) time to be reading it. Margaret has a degree in biology...