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Inside each issue you'll find stories that are inspiring, thought-provoking and surprising.
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Peter Kingston couldn’t please everyone in his artist’s book Sheilas, but the result is a special piece of work.
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Bungaree (c 1775–1830) is a remarkable and enigmatic figure in Sydney and Australia’s colonial history.
The logbooks of William Bligh, which document the most notorious mutiny in history, were officially inscribed on the UNESCO Australian Memory of the World register.
Discover how an artist followed in the inspiring footsteps of a botanist rescued from a tragic expedition in 1848.
A little notebook rescued from the Mittagong tip paints a picture of Sydney suburban life in the early 1900s.
Love, hate, laughs, revenge, brawls, swords, marriage, life and death – it’s fair to say that Romeo and Juliet has it all.
Rick Morton comes back to the Library to talk about his latest release, My Year of Living Vulnerably.
Become a fly on the wall when two actors and a director take on the Scottish Play in rehearsal, with illuminating and entertaining results.
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