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WEPRESENT




Meet Zimbabwe-born rapper Tkay Maidza

KILL YOUR DARLINGS





Dreams Worth Trying For: a conversation with Jenny Zhang

Anna Weiner on Uncanny Valley, garbage language and gut instincts

BANDCAMP DAILY




Banoffee grows into herself on avant-pop triumph “Look At Us Now Dad”

TORTOISE MEDIA




Persepolis: the graphic novel that showed Iran how it was – and how it could be


THE SATURDAY PAPER


Hometime 2: Beyond the Weaving by Campbell Whyte (book review)

A Room Called Earth by Madeleine Ryan (book review)

The Inland Sea by Madeleine Watts (book review)

Sex and Lies by Leïla Slimani (book review)

ARTSHUB / SCREENHUB


What can the world’s oldest games festival teach the arts about survival?


THE GUARDIAN


An interview with Melanie Cheng, author of Australia Day and Room for a Stranger

The future of Bollywood cinema: an interview with Shah Rukh Khan and Zoya Akhtar

Call of the wild: the podcasts taking us back to nature


HAZLITT


‘Doubt can be a formidable ally’: an interview with Josephine Rowe

‘We show so much of ourselves to our friends’: an Interview with Laura McPhee-Browne

‘The most honest version of how we see ourselves’: an interview with Naoise Dolan

‘I’m trying to dig into our deepest fears rather than make a political statement’: an interview with Sophie Mackintosh

‘Folklore has always been about futurity’: an interview with K-Ming Chang

FOREGROUND


The city as billboard: Fed Square, Apple and brand urbanism

THE BIG ISSUE (AUSTRALIA)



So You Want to Make a Podcast? (International Podcast Day feature) for The Big Issue #620 [PDF]

NEWSWRITE (WRITING NSW MAGAZINE)



Listen up: how to stretch your skillset as a writer in the podcasting age (Issue 244 / Summer 2019) [JPEG]

FRANKIE MAGAZINE


A few ways to support your favourite small businesses

ABC LIFE


Knowing when to give up is a secret superpower. Here’s how to hone it

SBS


Everything you need to know before you binge Wellington Paranormal

How The Family Law normalised cultural diversity on Australian television

THE LIFTED BROW



The necessary work of carrying on living: a review of Jenny Odell’s How to Do Nothing

MEANJIN QUARTERLY


Stranger Things 2

OTHER


Name A More Iconic Duo: the benefits of cross collaboration