Who’s the predator, then? |Lens

Sharks: menacing monsters of the deep are misunderstood, and under threat.

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Book by LA-based author Eva Konstantopoulos transformed into Netflix film | Neos Kosmos

Greek American writer Eva Konstantopoulos talks to Neos Kosmos about her supernatural horror stories and her life as a writer in Los Angeles When writer Eva Konstantopoulos dreams, it’s more than just thoughts, images and sounds that occur during sleep. Her dreams, the Greek American says, are a unique source of inspiration for her stories. … Continue reading Book by LA-based author Eva Konstantopoulos transformed into Netflix film | Neos Kosmos

Max and his three dads celebrate difference on Father’s Day | Sydney Morning Herald

This Father's Day, seven-year-old Max will buy three presents for his three dads. Kids at school often ask Max: "Where's your mum?" Max says he doesn't have one. Instead he has a "special lady" who helped his dads have him. "He knows there was an egg donor and there was a surrogate. We've explained the … Continue reading Max and his three dads celebrate difference on Father’s Day | Sydney Morning Herald

Slum Village on Legacy and the Future | fluoro

Detroit 1997. Fan-Tas-Tic Vol. 1 the debut record by Slum Village was released. Recorded in the late J Dilla’s basement in 1996/1997, the album immediately rose to critical acclaim, making its journey to the hands of A Tribe Called Quest’s Q-Tip and on to the ears of the 90s hip hop elite. A few years later Slum Village landed their … Continue reading Slum Village on Legacy and the Future | fluoro

Michael Kiwanuka: Love & Hate | fluoro

At home on a London summer’s day, Michael Kiwanuka spoke to us ahead of the release of his highly-anticipated second album, Love & Hate. We wanted Kiwanuka to tell us who he was, setting the tone for what was to come as we dove further into the expressive universe of Kiwanuka. “I’m Michael Kiwanuka, from London,” he says. “I’m a singer, … Continue reading Michael Kiwanuka: Love & Hate | fluoro

Professor Profiles: Professor Ghil’ad Zuckermann

From the age of four and throughout his youth, Professor Ghil’ad Zuckermann was considered a mathematical prodigy, but always felt that it did not have the soul, social interaction and emotional intelligence that languages have. “I might be wrong but I was certain,” said Professor Zuckermann from his Adelaide University office. He has always been … Continue reading Professor Profiles: Professor Ghil’ad Zuckermann