First performed in London in 1902 almost a decade after it was first written, George Bernard Shaw’s Mrs Warren’s Profession is back in theatre, this time presented by South Australia’s very own Independent Theatre.
Follow one sassy woman’s journey through insecurity, cosmetic surgery, relationships, and motherhood.
A comprehensive and direct examination of becoming a man, being a man, and learning to be a better man.
A fascinating history of the penniless women whose only option was life in Adelaide’s Destitute Asylum.
Internet sensation Father Rod Bower of the Gosford Anglican Church, discusses his life, social justice, and religion.
They were recognised for innovative and impactful projects ranging from child protection programs, to fighting malaria in western Cambodia, to the co-design of SA’s new MOD. museum, and testing to determine if drugs are working in Motor Neurone Disease treatment trials.
A book aimed at educating today’s children on the brave women who became pilots in World War 2 despite little or no recognition.
To help combat domestic violence, and violence against women, an Unley martial arts studio is offering free martial arts lessons for any woman who would like to learn how to better defend themselves.
The yearly celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, NAIDOC Week, returns to Rundle Mall today with a specific and important theme - women!
The enchanting lives of sisters Ida and Nora Parker. Ida was born to be a wonderful mother and Nora was born to sing but somewhere, somehow, they received the life that the other should have had.
When 3 popular blogging mummies are nominated for a prestigious award, old rivalries linking them & their families are bought to a head, setting the stage for a brutal but hysterically funny battle for influencer glory and Instagram fame.
We take a look at the first four novels in Mills & Boon's new sexually graphic series, DARE, which claims to ditch the old rules for romance fiction to suit the new millennium and its readers.
A children's activity book that explores the achievements of women through history, from Sacagawea, an American Indian in 1804, to Rosa Parks in 1955.
This collection of feminist essays covers a wide range of topics including literature, the silencing of women’s voices, sexual assault and motherhood - which is The Mother of All Questions.
Glam Adelaide caught up with Adelaide mum and author Clare Connelly whose risque novel 'Off Limits' is launching a new Mills & Boon range of steamy stories with the woman in charge.
Three essays describing how growing up with two languages impacted the author and how her early love of reading focused on The Baby-Sitters Club series.
A well-researched biography of Australian Jessie Maude Beveridge, AKA 'Chubbie', who, in 1928, set a record for the longest flight ever by a woman.
In the 1940s, an Amazonian princess living on a tropical island with her powerfully gifted people helps a military pilot who washes ashore to fight the Nazis.
DynaCorps investment banker Naomi Bishop finds herself entangled in corporate espionage when she’s betrayed during a high-risk, high-return deal.
This ebook for years 7 & 8 contains fictional narratives from ancient to medieval times, teaching history through stories that promote discussion and research.