On this website six Albury writers bring you stories from our region — from the mountains, the farms, the communities. There will be history, cultural notes, reviews, short fiction. Maybe even some poetry.
Our title, Riparian, means relating to or situated on the banks of a river. It also refers to the parts of the river that lie under the water.
Albury painter Meg Sprouster has a deep affinity for colour and pattern, but her art is also profoundly engaged with ideas.
FourW twenty-eight is this year's edition of an annual anthology of new writing and graphics from Booranga Writers’ Centre.
A poem by Sally Denshire.
The old books of the Stanley Athenaeum are beautiful. Some are quirky, even a little bizarre. Others are historically significant.
An artist and an author have re-imagined the life of Ned Kelly's mother, Ellen.
A performance by the Murray Conservatorium presented a multisensory and utterly immersive experience.
In 2006, Nancy Cherry Sarre sat down to read some of the letters her mother had left behind. What she discovered was captivating.
The play "Hotel Bonegilla" was originally produced by the Murray River Performing Group in 1997. In November, Hothouse Theatre is doing it again!
Stanley is known as a place of orchards and peaceful countryside. But hidden away here, among all the lush gardens, there is something extraordinary.
Readers, writers, artist and storytellers gather from across the country to share stories, knowledge and skills