The stage adaption of the comical children’s book Thai-riffic! by Oliver Phommavanh is a modern take on multiculturalism and growing up in Australia, reports arts and entertainment editor Tahli Blackman.
The Sentinel meets Sharon Baldwin, who has combined her passion for permaculture, words and creative education for children into a new career as an author and publisher.
In his memoir, All Mixed Up, ABC TV journalist Jason Om shares his extraordinary journey from childhood to today. He recently spoke with Gary Nunn about the memoir and his experiences as a gay, Asian Australian.
The Psychic Tests, the debut book by The Sentinel’s editor-at-large Gary Nunn, missed out on a live launch last year due to Covid-19. As he prepares to launch it in person in Sydney this Wednesday night, The Sentinel publishes an edited extract from the book.
Sara Kidd’s spectacular and sizeable new cookbook delivers all the vegan baking knowledge you could wish for!
Australian actor, author, musician and singer-songwriter Lo Carmen has released a new book; a beguiling mixture of memoir and tribute to women and song. She spoke with Sunny Grace.
The Sentinel speaks to Sydney author, translator, essayist, novelist and specialist China writer Linda Jaivin about her latest book, The Shortest History of China.
Alistair Sutton, author of the hit indie novel The Day Before You Came, shares the backstory of his book, which has become a must for fans of gay fiction.
Young author Justine Cooke has channelled the pain from her medical condition into two new books, which were completed within two months of each other this year.
Author DM Crawford on the motivations behind his autobiographical novel Paris Nights, which explores ’80s gay Sydney.
Rita Bratovich previews the upcoming production of Picnic at Hanging Rock at Newtown’s New Theatre.
Would you go vegan if your life depended on it? Because it does, asserts unashamed preachy vegan, Guy James Whitworth.
City of Sydney Councillor Jess Scully has been re-elected Deputy Lord Mayor of Sydney.