Georgia Blain
passed away in 2016. Her last novel, Between a Wolf and a Dog, posthumously won the 2017 Victorian Premier's Literary Award for fiction.

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Life May 21, 2016

The Unwelcome Guest: Meditation and guilt

How do you find the balance between living and the ongoing treatment that brain cancer requires?

Life April 23, 2016

À propos de Pittwater

How our shifting perceptions of art reflect the moment we’re at in our lives.

Life March 26, 2016

Mercy and euthanasia

Euthanasia is often described as a caring act, but should the ongoing needs of the dying take precedence?

Life February 27, 2016

The Unwelcome Guest: Going to plan

Can a detailed planner come to terms with the uncertainty of a cancer diagnosis and learn to live day to day?

Life January 30, 2016

The unwelcome guest

The author's prognosis for a brain tumour was blunt: there was no cure. It is a fact she has been making sense of since.

Portrait August 22, 2015

The whistleblower

At a table in the furthest corner of the cafe with Freya Newman.