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Location, Authenticity, Purpose

Catherine McNamara

On Writing ‘The Ukrainian Girl’

‘The Ukrainian Girl’ was written as the third or fourth story in a series that has now become a collection. 768 more words

Short Fiction

And Now For Something Else Completely Stupid...: Critics Corner #2

Things, by Sarah Jung (age 2)

Critic’s Corner with guest critic: Finnius McPhail

The lord said, “Let there be light!” and lo, there was light, and it was Sarah Jung’s unbridled masterpiece, Things, an uncompromising depiction of the frenetic symbiosis that exists between theoretical artistry and our most primal instinct of faith.  232 more words



Young and inexperienced, I once started stories and quickly put down 5-10,000 words (17-35 pages). I would next wonder where to go and how to get there. 209 more words

7 Things to Consider When Dealing With Criticism

     I remember it clearly. I had the crazy idea to take a group of students to Los Angeles for a mission trip. This was met with great excitement from some and even great hostility from other. 956 more words


Can Teaching be Measured?


By Justine Rogers

Last week UNSW had its second ‘Great Debate’, introduced last year as a fun, accessible way for the UNSW community to explore a serious and stirring topic. 1,591 more words

Colossians 4: 2-18

Colossians 4: 2-18

Have you ever been told that what you think, or the way you do something, is wrong? I’m not proud of this but I don’t deal with criticism well. 203 more words


“This place is a gynocracy”: Mad Men 3×1 – 3×3

Guys, season three is going so hard and so… weird. I still can’t believe that half of this happened? I wish half of it didn’t happen. 1,847 more words