I BUILT A HOUSE IN A FIELD OF BURNT GRASS - In which a house in the middle of a field is meditated on by the author; wondering at the people who thought it would be a good idea to put it there, and the people who suffered to die in the process.
BLADE RUNNER 2049 - LIFE, DESPITE ITSELF - In which is discussed the film, its astonishing vision, and the landscape of dread which makes the finished product a masterpiece of any medium.
THE NEWS IS LIMITED - In which is discussed, with all the transparency of a furious left wing gentile, the lack of diversity in Australian print media, and why the internet is not the cure all we think it is.
VISITANTS - HEAVY CARGO - In which is discussed Randolph Stow's 1979 novel Visitants, which has gone criminally under-read, and how it remains more prescient than ever.
THE SCHWENGE BENGE VIEW on FILM - In which is discussed, with all the candor of an awards acceptance speech, our view on film, and where our discussions will take us in the future.
THE SCHWENGE BENGE VIEW on LITERATURE - In which is discussed, in run on sentences, our view of the medium, and the way in which we shall portray our coverage in the future.
MISSION STATEMENT - In which an anecdote about Archimedes and his assassin is used to highlight the purpose of this publication, what it wishes to explore and how it wishes to differ.