KILL YOUR DARLINGS
Dreams Worth Trying For: a conversation with Jenny Zhang
How to become everything: a review of Arundhati Roy’s The Ministry of Utmost Happiness
In between the in-between for Griffith Review 61: Who We Are
The city as billboard: Fed Square, Apple and brand urbanism
THE LIFTED BROW
You Don’t Change At All: a review of Jenny Zhang’s Sour Heart
Stranger Things 2
On Winter by Ali Smith
RMIT LINK ARTS & CULTURE
Longform reviews of solo debut shows by multidisciplinary artists, Cara Jordan Miller and Rikki Paul-Bunder (print only).
THE CUSPGet things done with the 1-3-5 listmaking technique
The non-gift gift guide for when you can’t spare the cash
Too busy to read? The 8 podcasts to listen to instead
How to get into cooking when you live off takeaway
How to make the most out of the hours you have
Time to make a career switch? Here’s what to keep in mind
You should stop believing in the myth of genius
Big presentation? Keep these public speaking tips in mind
Level up your work snack game
Ten classes you can take over summer to learn something new
Ten Australian TV shows you can stream now
‘Amy’ review: remembering the genius, sadness and humanity of Amy Winehouse
‘Hidden Figures’ is revolutionary, even if it doesn’t always feel like it
It’s a man’s world: unpacking cinema’s ‘best-of’ culture
What I talk about when I talk about erasure
Fresh off the Boat and straight to Broad City
Name A More Iconic Duo: the benefits of cross collaboration
A reveview of Helen Macdonald’s H is for Hawk
THE THOUSANDS CITY GUIDES (SELECTED, 2012-13)
An archive of selected articles can be accessed here.
"Grown men should read this book. I don’t care if you feel self-conscious about being seen with it in public. Grow some balls and then dip them in glitter. We're all Rookies at heart." ROOKIE Yearbook One *
* (Anaheed Alani provides commentary!)
"Fair warning: you don't just read this book—it reads you." Building Stories by Chris Ware
"The film industry is sometimes like a bad boyfriend, especially if you hail from the blessed coterie that makes the general public fidgety every time the concept even comes up in conversation: Women Filmmakers." Cate Shortland, 'Lore' Q+A
A retrospective on a retropsective: Wes Anderson at the Astor – the man, the myth, the miracle.
"The most important thing when expressing myself is always to be low-key, naive and humble. Never force people to understand what's been expressed. Just let people have their interpretation and opinion on what we created." The Balletcats: an interview with Jordan Marzuki
Poking the subconscious: a look at 'Field Notes' by Lauren Bamford.
I also wrote a little something in the: MIFF Guide for the Disorganised / cheap Halloween DIY Guide/ Summer reading guide / Summer reading guide—the sequel.