Radio national books and arts
Features - Books and Arts - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)The Book Show is your weekly destination for in-depth literary interviews as well as news and analysis about the publishing industry. A must listen for lovers of fiction. This [series episode segment] has image,. The University of Bristol will be the new home of the D. Lawrence book used by the judge in the famous obscenity trial. Pasaribu's queer, Christian, Bataknese identity underpins his poetry, translated into English by Tiffany Tsao. The big question is 'why'?
Search RN. Throughout the long and arduous months of the working year, many of us spend our time pining for the holidays. It's no surprise then that some of literature's best authors have found the holiday — a much festishised and dreamed about event — to be a fruitful setting for their work. From the works of year-old artist Helen Maudsley to exciting creations by younger generations of women, Melburnians have a chance to see a wide array of artworks by women this summer. Senior secondary students read and analyse a variety of books in English class, but one Melbourne mother says they too often show "a very grim world" full of abuse, violence and death.
Search RN. The collection contains stories from across the archipelago—from Bali, Java, Sulawesi and Sumatra—written by some of the country's most exciting writers. Each story has been selected for its ability to convey a vivid sense of Indonesian society today—these are stories of city life, love and conflict in small villages, and fantastical goings on. Her Story by Norman Erikson Pasaribu takes the reader into a kaleidoscopic world in which gender and body image collide. Mother's Heaven by Fitrawan Umar is the story of a boy who must confront his estranged father to ensure his mother's soul is carried to the next life.
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