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COVID deaths are now barely mentioned in the media. That changes the very nature of grief

Image: Shutterstock About a year ago, many of us were in lockdown. State premiers fronted the media every day to reveal how many people had...

It’s OK if you have a little cry in lockdown. You’re grieving

  Image: Shutterstock If you are one of the millions of Australians in lockdown, you are not alone in feeling a range of emotions difficult...

Sunday essay: How can the dead send us emails? The ethical dilemma of digital soul

 Picture: Denys Nevozhai/Unsplash Tim Hart was sitting on his couch one evening in November 2011 when he got an email with the subject line: “I’m...

Sunday essay: transcendent rage — Nick Cave and the Red Hand Files

Picture: - Manuel Fernando Araujo/EPA Nick Cave is a tough knot of wonders to his fans, and seemingly so to himself. At the close...

Sunday essay: on reckoning with the fact of one’s death

Image: Shuttlestock A friend is sending me documents needed to make me the executor of his will. He does not expect to die from...

Sunday essay: grief and things of stone, wood and wool

Image: Annie Spratt/Unsplash Following the death of her elderly father, a close friend of mine recently asked if I would read a poem by Goethe...