Bridging cultures

Book | Building Bridges | Joe Reich Review by EMMET O’CUANA Building Bridges is the third book by Melbourne ophthalmologist Joe Reich.

Walking the Labyrinth

Heart too full of grief for sleeping I lay my head on a rock hard pillow without hope of rest These are the opening lines to ‘The Dream’ a poem written by Rev Christine MacDowall as part of her collection Lightly on the

Prince. Slave. Artist.

“If you don’t own your masters, your master owns you,” Prince interviewed by Rolling Stone in 1996. Prince has died aged 57.

Neomad takes the Gold

EMMET O’CUANA A few years ago Crosslight profiled Australian online comic and multimedia project Neomad.

Spectre Review – Lie Back and Think of England

James Bond will return in… In Ian Fleming’s Seven Deadlier Sins and 007’s Moral Compass, writer Benjamin Pratt excitedly quotes the following passage from the ‘Letter of James’ – James, a bond-ser


The Lobster | Film | MA Review by Emmet O’Cuana “I think I could turn and live with the animals” – Walt Whitman, Song of Myself A man sits alone on a couch.

Graeme Clark – Hearing the Call

Interview with Mark Worthing, author of Graeme Clark The man who invented the bionic ear By Emmet O’Cuana On Friday 14 August I stood with a large group of colleagues, former patients, and families touched by the pioneer