Oud master and engaging raconteur Joseph Tawadros traversed a category-defying mix of influences and musical styles in this Adelaide Guitar Festival show, which also featured rising star of the classical guitar Connor Whyte.
This focused and captivating ode to one classic album of gritty realism, melancholy tales and raw social commentary is an enervating and uplifting experience, in the best tradition of The Boss himself. ★★★★ ½
This inaugural anthology from students in the creative writing program at Flinders University comprises stories by 13 committed emerging writers, driven by a sense of immediacy, social concern and, most of all, experimentation with the possibilities of genre.
Spanning everything from horror to romance, Adelaide-based bestselling author Sean Williams’ new collection of short stories aims to make the reader see things differently – ‘from a new and uncanny angle’.
The audience was treated to a fun night of story and song in this concert featuring multi Golden Guitar winner Fanny Lumsden and South Australian ‘blues-folk-alt country vagabond’ Jimmybay.
In his new verse novellla, SA poet Geoff Goodfellow serves up a no-holds-barred slice of life on the margins in outer-suburban contemporary Australia.