Nathan Brown appeared on ABC TV this week. His goal: to make it to the final round of a quiz show so the host would ask him more questions about a classic series of fantasy novels. Why did he do it and how did he go?
The Great War traumatised an Anzac chaplain even though his prolific writing “put words upon that which is unspeakable,” a paper by three Avondale academics shows.
A historian reflects on the value of letters, particularly their role in preserving information and in offering clearer accounts of situations.
Dearest Folks is an inspiration, and an insight into those who faithfully go to often-lonely and isolated places.
It’s not often that we see evangelical religion and Anzac popularity go together—but that’s exactly what we find in the story of Anzac chaplain William McKenzie, says Avondale associate professor Daniel Reynaud.