Great writers reveal their minds and creative processes in the journals and notebooks they keep throughout their lives. This work features fascinating extracts from the collections of Henry Handel Richardson, Eric Scott, and A.D. Hope. Most of these have not previously been published.
The importance of therapeutic play in helping children recover from adversity has long been recognized. This unique volume brings together experts on resilience, trauma, and play therapy to describe effective treatment approaches in this key area. The book begins by providing guiding principles for intervention and describing the specific ......
Thirty years have passed since the emergence of the first conflicts in the Soviet Union. Some of them have been successfully resolved, but those that persist promise no peace for Russia and its neighbors.
John Forbes, Robert Adamson, Nigel Roberts and Richard Tipping in an unpublished discussion of coming of age in the 'Generation of 68'. Also a commemoration of Dorothy Hewitt, including an interview by John Tranter. Also a forgotten hoax is brought to light in an essay by Tom Thompson.
Throughout literature, nomads have been romanticised for a lack of connection to a particular place; this issue of Southerly delves deeper into their solitary character, and features an interview with Jorge Luis Borges, and has essays by Mudrooroo, Stephen Muecke, and Robin Gerster.