A review of two books, a disturbing one about Keneally’s literary career, and his unsentimental and searching novel on clerical abuse in the catholic church. And an invitation to read and review the Keneally novels you’ve not got around to…..
Surely a woman could not have done this on her own. Surely a woman could not have seen what this festering tyrant was doing. Surely a woman could not have known that tyranny incubates and ﬂies across borders.
Poetry and Paul Kelly’s preferences provide insight into the singer/songwriter’s mind.
The Irish character in Australian literature is often introduced by a piece of dialogue that confirms the character’s origins.
A symposium to explore the nature of Irish-Australian literature
Snippets from Irish newspapers, including death of Brendan Grace, The Open and more
A novelist, a bolshevik, and a dadaist walked into a bar, is one way of getting the joke that is Travesties.
By Frank O’Shea The word ‘amnesia’ was heard several times at the Famine round table in the Williamstown Town Hall on October 28. It was used to describe the way that Ireland seemed to have forgotten about the Great Famine of 1845-51 until it was brought to public discourse following the publication of Cecil Woodham-Smith’s …
For the first time in its history the Irish Studies in Australia and New Zealand (ISAANZ) conference began with an Irish language day
Bloomsday in Melbourne mounts a course, one day’s immersion in James Joyce’s most Irish chapter of Ulysses, Cyclops.