The dazzling new autobiography by Leanne Benjamin – former principal dancer at The Royal Ballet – is the talk of the dance world as it goes
It was a full house at Australia House in London this week for the launch of Leanne Benjamin’s autobiography, Built for Ballet. As the High Commissioner
Can Hollywood star and FANZA Arts Patron, Sam Neill, defend Oklahoma against a terrifying alien takeover? That is the question that lies at the heart of
The long-awaited arrival of the latest book by international bestselling author Heather Morris is finally here! Three Sisters is based on the lives of Holocaust survivors
British songwriter Larry Mindel has just released Ōkārito Ways, a love song to the wetlands of Southland’s beautiful but vulnerable Ōkārito Lagoon. Those looking for a
(An eye-witness account from your FANZA roving reporter) Mary Beard riddled with guilt. Leanne Benjamin teetering. Julia Gillard disbelieving. Barry Humphries quelling his inner Sir Les.
Congrats to Robbie Arnott for winning the Age Book of the Year Award with his novel The Rain Heron.
‘WHAM it hit me. (In fact WHAM-BAM, it hit us.) There is just no denying the arrival of the other half of your soul. Irresistible, scientific
Welcome to the FANZA Fringe –Our own companion to the UK Australia Season. Our inaugural Fringe event is a chat about books with the Diving In