Samantha Trenoweth
is a writer and editor. Her most recent book was Bewitched and Bedevilled: Women Write the Gillard Years.

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Opinion September 06, 2014

Books by women are missing from curriculum

Schools are failing our children by not including female authors in English subjects.

News July 12, 2014

The AHC and the battle for Redfern’s Block

Seen as a victory for Aboriginal people in the early 1970s, then a flashpoint for vice in the ’90s, the Block is once again in the spotlight, this time dividing the Indigenous community it was built to serve.

News April 12, 2014

Leard coalmine protest brings out young and old

In NSW’s North West Slopes, communities are fighting the expansion of open-cut coalmines into farms and forests.