Local poets Robert Wood, Charlotte Guest and Shevaun Cooley discuss new work, ecology, place, belonging, identity and language.
Raised in Australia to Macedonian parents, Sandy marries a German man whose life parallels hers in many ways.
A young woman falls in love with falling in love – until she finds a man who makes her stop. Samina tells of her great Dutch love and his conversion to Islam.
After jumping on a boat with her ten-day-old son to travel from Vietnam to Perth, Phuong rebuilds her life from scratch.
After moving to Australia from Israel, Ita starts Genesis, a restaurant and food sanctuary based in the Perth Hills.
Velaphi and Takako reflect on the challenges of marriage across cultures – starting with a conversation about their wedding day on a warm Perth day in 1980.
A warm and generous cook who loves having a full house teaches us how to bake a special bread with roots in her beloved homeland.
A man spends 20 years and travels 15,000 kms to find love and build a family in Perth.
A young woman who came to Australia as a refugee at the age of eight decides to be a doctor, a lawyer and a politician.
When Lesley’s fifth child Jack is born profoundly deaf, she and her family become unexpected and powerful advocates for CALD communities.
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