Romy Ash
is a novelist. Her first book, Floundering, was shortlisted for the Miles Franklin award.

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Culture March 21, 2015

The dark inspiration of American auteur David Lynch

In Brisbane for an exhibition of his visual art, American auteur David Lynch talks about his sources of creativity.

Portrait December 06, 2014

Whole Larder Love author Rohan Anderson

How Rohan Anderson turned his unhealthy life around by becoming a hunter/gatherer.

Portrait November 08, 2014

Actress Miriam Margolyes channels voices from within

From a sheepdog in Babe to Dickens’ women, Miriam Margolyes’s voice work is known throughout the world.

Culture October 25, 2014

Missy Higgins’ eclectic homage to artists from Oz

Shy Missy Higgins returns to the spotlight by sharing it with others.

Portrait October 04, 2014

The woman behind the Countertechnique, Anouk van Dijk

Anouk van Dijk doesn't just think she can dance. She, and everyone else, knows she can.

Portrait August 30, 2014

Birth controller

What it's like to help bring more than a thousand babies into the world.

Culture August 23, 2014

Beloved Australian actor Sigrid Thornton enters a new stage

Now 55, much-loved actor Sigrid Thornton is back in the spotlight, performing for the MTC.

Portrait August 09, 2014

Jessie Cole, and a life in isolation

Author Jessie Cole strolls through the  northern NSW bush of her childhood, the setting for Deeper Water.

Portrait June 07, 2014

Earthly delights

No one loves getting down and dirty more than mycologist Tom May.