Australian Dance Theatre’s Ignition 2016 season, History, brings us five choreographers who serve to remind us why the arts are important.
[REVIEW] The Darkest Shade of Grey, by Alan Baxter (The Red Penny Papers)
Alan Baxter’s The Darkest Shade of Grey is a gripping little foray into a place between two realms… accompanied by a drunk journalist with a frayed life. You won’t want it to end.
[BOOK REVIEW] Bound, by Alan Baxter (HarperVoyager)
This work is engaging, enticing, and magical. It puts Baxter in a position where, dare I say it, his future works will be anticipated, but also closely watched.
[Book Review] Puzzling People: The Labyrinth of the Psychopath, by Thomas Sheridan (Velluminous)
Puzzling People: The Labyrinth Of The Psychopath by Thomas Sheridan My rating: 4 of 5 stars I forget how I came across this book. All I remember is scanning one of the many online bookstores that I frequent, seeing it…
[BOOK REVIEW] Snake Bite, by Christie Thompson (Allen & Unwin)
Snake Bite is a good read. Its topics and themes are universal, which is why the story works so well. It does, however, have failings. Read on to see why.