Sunny Grace explores the particulars of being a Gen X-er, as Gen Z begins to make an impact on the world.
Sunny Grace has her first vaccination with the Pfizer Covid-19 jab – and despite some nerves, comes away grateful after an efficient, painless experience.
A visit to Waverley Cemetery gives Sunny Grace some perspective – and a reminder to walk amongst the living.
Sunny Grace makes a case for a return of the finishing school – and not only for girls.
In the wake of Women’s March 4 Justice rallies across Australia, Sunny Grace weighs into the issues of sexual assault, rape and gender power dynamics from a powerful personal perspective.
How a convergence of childhood trauma, mental health issues, jealousy and revenge led to a terrifying night that almost destroyed a Sydney family.
The glamour of flying has taken multiple hits in recent years – but Covid-19 is something else again. Sunny Grace paints a picture of air travel, Covid-style.
Sydneysider Sunny Grace is now dividing her time between the Harbour City and the Byron Bay district. She shares some astute observations about her new northern locale.
What makes someone pack up and leave Sydney for a sea or tree change? In Sunny Grace’s case, a host of reasons, both practical and poignant.
Sunny Grace reviews the STC production of The Picture of Dorian Gray, featuring a stunning tour de force by EJ Norvill.
Sunny Grace’s new film, Charging, will premiere this Saturday as part of the AACTA Screen Fest.
Sydney filmmaker Sunny Grace on the process of making her new short film, Charging.
Though she’s largely forgotten, the legacy of activist, inventor, journalist, mother, poet, publisher and suffragette Louisa Lawson is enormous, writes Sunny Grace.
Sunny Grace found her world contract during lockdown. Now, with restrictions easing, she’s getting out and about – and discovering new strands to our multilayered city.
When Sunny Grace’s dog gave her a black eye, it brought up issues and questions around domestic violence, and the way society handles it.