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Career Advice

How to succeed when negotiating a new salary or a pay rise

When negotiating for a pay rise, always take the time to consider the other party's situation and capabilities.

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Booktopia is poised to collapse – what next?

Booktopia, Australia's largest online book retailer, went into voluntary administration last week. The industry is reeling.

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Literary Olympics: what wordsmith events would be on the program?

Imagine if there were an Olympics that favoured (bookish) brains over brawn. What would it look like?

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New support for UK/Australian collaborations

The British Council has announced the opening of applications for its Connections Through Culture arts grants, supporting new cultural projects…

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Good project proposals: 5 dos and don’ts

From open calls to grant applications, project proposals are assessed in a competitive process that can benefit from strategising.

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5 tips to maximise your chances of being a guest at writers’ festivals

It's not easy to find yourself on the invitation list of literary festivals, but here are some ideas worth trying.

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Fringe festival furore as state’s US$32 million arts budget vetoed

Fringe festivals have reacted with shock to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ vetoing all arts funding on the basis that some…

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The benefits of accommodating neurodiverse performers

Considering the accessibility needs of performers who are not neurotypical will lead to a more equitable sector.

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How did winning literary awards affect your life?

Whether it's validating your own work, buying more time to write more books or even changing the whole course of…

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What AI means for museums, where big decisions loom large

AI is here and Australian cultural institutions must get in on the action, while also ensuring they can keep control…

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