Interview with Xu Daozhi on Indigenous Cultural Capital: Postcolonial Narratives in Australian Children's Literature
How are Indigenous people represented in Australian children's literature? Xu Daozhi joins Stephanie to discuss her book Indigenous Cultural Capital: Postcolonial Narratives in Australian Children's Literature, which explores this very subject.
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile: A Reference to Bundy or the Netflix Film?
Game of Thrones Finale: The Rant is Long and Full of Terrors
Interview with Ellie Crookes on Guinevere and Arthurian Literature
Might as well face it, we're addicted to true crime
In love with the shape of you: An Interview with Lee Kofman
Mary Queen of Scots and the Enduring Appeal of Tudor Queens
Jenna Guillaume's What I Like About Me: A Daggy Caravan Park Romance
Interview with Laura Neill, Editor for The Quarry Journal Issue 13
Best Books of 2018 (re-uploaded)
Beloved and Controversial: The Works of Enid Blyton
Milne's The Red House Mystery: A non-Pooh Bear Detective Story
Lois Austen-Leigh's The Incredible Crime aka the grossness of hunting
A Christmas Carol: or the Case of the Misunderstood Capitalist
FrankenReads @ Macquarie Session 3: Frankenstein Goes to the Movies
FrankenReads @ Macquarie Session 2: New Perspectives on Frankenstein
FrankenReads @ Macquarie Session 1: Revisiting Frankenstein
A Sensational Book: Mary Elizabeth Braddon's Lady Audley's Secret
Femme Fatales, Marlowe and Gangsters: The (slightly) Nonsensical Plots of Chandler's The Big Sleep
Murderers, Truth vs. Fiction, and a car full of snakes in Truman Capote's "The Handcarved Coffins"
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