We chat with American author K.A. Moll, who writes lesbian romance novels focusing on troubled women who find healing and happiness through love.
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The mystical, comical, mystery adventures of Jack Flanders have spanned more than 40 years as he travels the world and different plains of existence.
Armed with her acerbic wit and a blaster pistol, actress Carrie Fisher recounts the past and present of her immortal character, Princess Leia from Star Wars.
Adelaide Writers’ Week has been recognised at the Australian Event Awards in Sydney…
Adelaide’s very own Andrew Bovell has been honoured by some of Film and Theatre’s biggest stars in a new book presented to him at the Opening Night of the Adelaide Film Festival…
A year 10 boy at a Catholic school lays all of his thoughts & feelings on the line, describing the fears and complexities of teenage life, sexuality & religion.
Stuart Coupe describes Michael Gudinski as “the most important figure in the Australian music business in the last 50 years”.
Few people would argue about this, although many would argue whether that influence has been positive or not.
Rock ‘n’ Roll, Romance, History And Philosophy Set To Feature As Adelaide Writers’ Week Special Event Series Continues
Midnight Oil frontman, parliamentarian and campaigner Peter Garrett, celebrated author of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin Louis de Bernières, Pulitzer Prize winning Australian novelist Geraldine Brooks and renowned philosopher AC Graying will be the next four writers travelling to Adelaide for out-of-season Writers’ Week events.
This is the story of a year in the life of a young, gay, Catholic boy, documenting his struggles with his sexuality, his strong faith and his relationships.
World-renowned, Aussie activewear designer Lorna Jane was the special guest speaker at the Business Chicks breakfast. And she taught us a thing or two while she was there.
Tania Zaetta has launched Trim and Tone; Tone with Tania, an easy-to-follow handbook for every woman to learn how to achieve and maintain a healthy weight.
Former model Paul Giles discusses his new book, The Gentleman’s Guide to Cool, about how to dress well, how to be well-mannered and how to behave on a first date.
Paul Giles worked as an international model for some 20 years and has written a book to help you exude the style and confidence of metrosexual men like David Beckham and Daniel Craig.
Autumn Leaves is an anthology of “chick-lit” short-stories, written mostly by Adelaide women. This is very light, fluffy reading, perfect for an hour in the garden, or to take on holiday.
Following the success of inaugural out-of-season events in 2014 including conversations with Annabel Crabbe and Julia Gillard the first three writers for 2015 have been confirmed.
As part of the Digital Writers in Residence Program, The SA Writers Centre has just announced the first Digital Writer in Residence spot for the year.
One of the nation’s best award winning young playwrights, Finegan Kruckemeyer, will be divulging his secrets of creating worlds and the characters and landscape that make up those fictional worlds, as part of SA Writers Centre’s Writing Boot Camp for Teens these April school holidays.
Inspiring Rare Birds, an organisation founded to support women entrepreneurs, today announces the availability of its inaugural book ‘Australia’s 50 Influential Women Entrepreneurs’.
The University of Adelaide will again be embracing the festivities of Mad March in 2015, with both past and present students and staff showcasing their knowledge and talents to the wider community.
The third annual Adelaide Writers’ Week will take place from Saturday 28 February to Thursday 5 March with six days of conversation and debate set in the beautiful Pioneer Women’s Memorial Garden.