A short story by Jane Downing, set in Beechworth around the time that Ned Kelly found inspiration for his armour. Originally published in Offset 15, Victoria University, 2015; shortlisted in The Age Short Story Competition, 2012.
From Bihar to Berkeley, the extraordinary life of Plum Rutherford Haet, written by Andrea Palmer of Gundowring, Victoria.
FourW twenty-eight is this year's edition of an annual anthology of new writing and graphics from Booranga Writers’ Centre.
The old books of the Stanley Athenaeum are beautiful. Some are quirky, even a little bizarre. Others are historically significant.
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
The Love Letter Response Workshop was presented by Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA) in association with The St Claire, an online arts journal based in Philadelphia, for this year's Write Around the Murray (WAM) festival. Kirsten, Mary and Justine reflect on their experiences of the process.
Alice Manfield was a guide on Mt Buffalo from the 1890s to the 1930s. Penelope Johnson has told Alice's story in a haunting picture book.
“All of writing is a huge lake.” (Jean Rhys in The Paris Review.)
Ethel Florence Lindsay Richardson, better known by her pen name, Henry Handel Richardson, spent her childhood at Lake View House, overlooking Lake Anderson, in Chiltern.
Just think, our Albury LibraryMuseum is now ten years old! I say ’our’ because the LibraryMuseum endures as a favourite venue for people of all ages in Albury and surrounds. Here at Riparian we worship all things ‘river’. Click here to find out more about how the river inspires key design features of the LibraryMuseum… Continue reading Albury LibraryMuseum Turns Ten!