3004, 2019

Issue 24

BARRY HUMPHRIES STILL HAS LAST LAUGH (I HOPE) HANNAH GADSBY AND THE NEUROSCIENCE OF JOKES MIKE CANNON-BROOKES AND THE URGE [...]

204, 2019

Issue 23

JULIE BISHOP AND THE STILETTO SISTERS  EDMUND CAPON’S FAVOURITE COLLECTOR  THE QUIETLY IMPRESSIVE JOANNA CAPON RICHARD GILL’S LAST MUSIC LESSON [...]

1902, 2019

Issue 22

HAMISH MCLAREN AND WHY EVEN YOU CAN BE DUPED  LIBRARY’S RENAISSANCE DISCOVERY PROVES BOOKS BEST HOW NOT TO SEND PARCELS  [...]

1501, 2019

Issue 21

ATUL GAWANDE AND DIGITAL’S WRONG TURN HIP RECIPES ON THE CONSCIENCE (WHERE IS JULIA CHILD WHEN YOU NEED HER?) WHY [...]

2711, 2018

Issue 20

TERMITES INSIDE THE ABC WHAT DO WOMEN REALLY WANT A VERY NORMAL WORKPLACE POETRY IS THE NEW SEX VIDEO: DANCING [...]

3010, 2018

Issue 19

TIGHT FOCUS – BUT IT’S A BIG PLANET MUSICAL INSPIRATION THE HUMAN FACE OF ‘THE OTHER’ THE VOID AND PATRICK [...]

Shelley Gare

Shelley Gare is a Walkley-award winning editor and journalist who has worked for major Australian, British and American media companies. Her last job was as founding editor of the Weekend Fin section of AFR Weekend with the Australian Financial Review. She is the author of The Triumph of the Airheads – and the Retreat From Commonsense and is currently working on a book about creative people.