In this week’s Poet’s Corner, Valerie Volk contributes a poem about Rio de Janeiro’s confronting hillside slums, from her South American travelogue collection.
In this week’s Poet’s Corner contribution, Rory Harris reflects on a tasting-marked trip through Singapore, Manilla and other parts of the Philippines.
In today’s Poet’s Corner, Martha Landman again reflects on Adelaide’s much-in-the-news trams, as well as on times past remembered while aboard them.
In this week’s Poet’s Corner, Ellaraine Lockie contributes two poems from her new collection about a road trip through the western United States.
In this week’s Poet’s Corner, Elaine Barker reflects on the creation of the world’s finest uncut opal, the 1kg Fire of Australia mined in South Australia’s Coober Pedy in 1946 and now part of the SA Museum’s collection.
In this week’s Poet’s Corner, David Harris remembers an iconic hunter patrol seaplane of World War II, the Consolidated PBY Catalina.