Internet, journalism, media & publishing
The Stories We Tell Ourselves: An Online Series Exploring Representation in Publishing
The Wheeler Centre is excited to present The Stories We Tell Ourselves, an online series exploring equity and represenation in writing and publishing.
State of the (Writing) Nation: Alice Pung
The State of the (Writing) Nation is Writers Victoria’s annual address from a prominent Australian writer. It's a chance to reflect on what's happening and where we're heading in Australian literature and publishing. Award-winning novelist, memoirist and editor Alice Pung will give the 2021 address.
William Hazlitt wrote that ‘the smallest pain in our little finger causes us more concern…
Future Voices: Decolonising Australian Media
In 2020, the Broadly Speaking series launched with a powerful conversation with distinguished professor Aileen Moreton-Robinson, in recognition of the 20th anniversary of her groundbreaking book, Talkin’ Up to the White Woman. Throughout a year of insightful, challenging and engaging conversations about contemporary feminism and gender in colonial Australia, Moreton-Robinson’s text has been a reminder of the ways some…
Report: Silencing Aboriginal women on issues of violence
Amy McQuire reflects on some of the themes and discussion points raised in Wheeler Centre event, Future Voices: Decolonising Australian Media.
The Next Big Thing
Small Press Network Book of the Year Award Edition
The Small Press Network is dedicated to supporting independent publishers and broadening the diversity of work available in the Australian literary landscape. To celebrate the return of their Book of the Year Award, this installment of The Next Big Thing will feature readings from works shortlisted for this year’s prize. Join us on Instagram Live to hear from readers including…
Fringe Debate: Break the Internet
A potato flew around my room before you came, Pepe the Frog NFT, black TikTok creators on strike, Barbz calling out Lana stans, everything happens so much. Did Kim Kardashian break the internet or has the internet already broken us?
The internet once promised to improve our lives: cultural democracy, limitless information and instant global connectivity. Now we’re downloading movies…
Anything and everything in Internet, journalism, media & publishing from across our archives.
Explore these other subjects, across our site.