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Celebrating the importance of culture and place

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Subscribe to Lindsay this February and not only will you receive a special rate, you’ll also receive a complimentary double pass to see Capharnaüm, the new Oscar-nominated Lebanese film directed by our cover star Nadine Labaki. A Lindsay subscription costs AU $40 and includes two issues per year—beginning with the current issue—delivered direct to your door anywhere in the world.

Destroying Presumptions and Telling Stories with Sisonke Msimang

Marita Davies speaks with author Sisonke Msimang about her memoir ‘Always Another Country’ and her perspectives on issues that unite communities all over the world: education, class systems, privilege, racism and gender.

Georgia O’Keeffe’s New Mexico

With exhibitions currently touring worldwide, Imogen Eveson revisits “the tail of the end of the earth,” the landscape that became the muse of one of America’s greatest artists of the 20th century.

Editorial / Kiribati

“The canoe is part of who the Kiribati people are—it is their culture, their respect for the ocean and their family members all encompassed into one structure.”

Marita Davies in Te Wa, Kiribati’s Way to the Water

At Home… In a Trove of Art and History in Cuernavaca

Pia Riverola captures the Mexican home of museum curator Elia Stavenhagen, where a love for art, history and nature is celebrated in every corner.

Antwerp’s Piots

From Antwerp’s old town, Konditori bakery makes miniature versions of an ancient Belgium bread that’s undergone a charming transformation.

The Short Stories of Another New York: An Interview with Jenny Zhang

Her short stories captured the attention of Lena Dunham, and then readers worldwide. Jenny Zhang speaks to Shu-Ling Chua about writing ‘Sour Heart’, her relationship with New York and Shanghai, and how she’s needed to carve her own path.

‘Cold War’: Poland’s Grey, Electric Love Story

Set in Poland’s rural villages and rain-soaked cities during the first years of the Cold War, Paweł Pawlikowski lights up the screen in this sweeping black-and-white film that captures the aching and energy that comes from first love.

Events

Lindsay Issue No. 3 Launch

Join us for an evening soirée at our favourite local to celebrate the new issue of Lindsay. Let’s toast to these brilliant new stories and hear Melbourne novelist Anna Snoekstra read her words for Lindsay Issue No. 3 on the fascinating world of deep sea diving.

Thursday 7 March, 6 – 8pm
Allpress, Collingwood
Melbourne, Australia
RSVP essential

Special offer

Subscribe to Lindsay

Subscribe to Lindsay this February and not only will you receive a special rate, you’ll also receive a complimentary double pass to see Capharnaüm, the new Oscar-nominated Lebanese film directed by our cover star Nadine Labaki. A Lindsay subscription costs AU $40 and includes two issues per year—beginning with the current issue—delivered direct to your door anywhere in the world.

Editor’s Picks

Mastering Hiroshima-style Okonomiyaki with Fumio Tanga

London-based okonomiyaki master Fumio Tanga speaks with Lindsay editor Beth Wilkinson about the history, significance and different regional styles of the Japanese pancake.

Building Culture… in Havana

Anna Izquierdo captures the buildings of Havana, where the city’s fluctuating social and political history is documented in its architecture.

The Story of America Told Through the Words of James Baldwin

Max Hayward draws our attention to past and present race relations in America through the powerful and poetic words of civil rights activist and writer James Baldwin in the essayistic documentary ‘I Am Not Your Negro’.

A1 Bakery’s Famed Lebanese Falafel

While the origins of the falafel are heatedly debated, what remains certain is that this staple dish is a favourite across the Middle East—and for good reason.

Yangon: Conversations About Art

Writer Michelle Aung Thin returns to her birthplace, Myanmar, to find an experimental art scene flourishing in the country’s former capital post the abandonment of nation-wide formal censorship.

Book Review / Brazil

“In her isolated plain beyond all knowledge, Lispector delicately and vulnerably exposes our beautiful, tragic world for exactly that: its beauty and its tragedy.”

Olivia Dennis on Clarice Lispector’s The Hour of the Star