Founder of 1 Million Women, Natalie Isaacs woke up one morning with an epiphany: she knew something needed to be done about the climate crisis.
Let this interview with filmmaker Alexandra Billington take you to a place in your mind where anything is possible and love is all you need.
Stephen Muecke is Professor of Ethnography at the University of New South Wales. His career as a researcher and teacher is distinguished by an insistent drive toward collaboration and experimentation.
Actress and writer Noémie Kocher appeared on my Skype screen; a vision of true elegance. I thought that we’d be chatting about her extensive film, television and stage career – and we did. But as well, the conversation quickly turned to issues of politics, power and her vision for a better future.
As an indie creator, one of your biggest challenges is building your email list. But once you’re tracking with that, what’s next? What’s your second biggest challenge?
Instapaper is a tool that allows you to save articles so you can read them later.
From songwriter to performer to visual artist, Lin van Hek’s work has covered the gamut of creative expression. In this very beautiful interview, van Hek’s responses give an insight into her influences, visions for the world and her total refusal to abide externally imposed boundaries in her artistic life.
Get your teeth into this article about a simple way to seem more confident.
One of the ‘freedoms’ of being a freelancer is the ability to work at home. Working from home means: zero dressing up for work (I write this in so not professional cut-off shorts), zero travel and zero distractions at the water cooler. All of which can add up to an economising of time and energy.
When you hear her over the line, your first thoughts are that writer Lee Kofman doesn’t speak, she purrs. And I think it’s probably this effortless charm that has allowed her to write and speak on some of the most controversial, transgressive topics, such as religion and sex.