The first of an outstanding private collection of contemporary jewellery has gone on show at the Art Gallery of South Australia. The collection, built privately over […]
The University of Love swoons into Adelaide this week to give ‘happily ever after’ insights into the $1 billion global market for romance novels.
Helping adolescents and young adults through relevant literature and non-fiction reading is the aim of 2016 Australian Cultural John Monash Scholar, Samuel Williams.
Two Flinders graduates will usher an infant play into existence at the National Play Festival, which begins in Adelaide today.
“Obsessed” with romance novels and reality TV, Flinders University student Sarah Gates is playing the part of matchmaker by fusing the two genres to write her own love story.
Extraordinary and sometimes alarming tales of the gods and heroes of Circassian myth will come to life as part of a Flinders production The Doom of Sosruquo at the Bakehouse Theatre from June 10 to 14
Dr Ruth Starke has received an Australia Council grant to write a biography of former SA premier Don Dunstan.
Readers often place a great deal of trust in autobiographers without necessarily checking their credibility.
A Flinders Work-Integrated Learning placement took Katherine Baldwin to South Adelaide Football Club – two years on, she’s still submitting copy for the Panthers’ newsletter.