Tag Archives: IVF

Works of ART: on creativity, infertility and Assisted Reproductive Technology

Reproduced from The Wheeler Centre, with permission. IVF has a tense relationship with religion, a murky relationship with commerce and a confusing relationship with feminism. Thousands of Australian women undergo IVF each year so why, asks Angela Savage, is IVF … Continue reading

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Review of Australian Fiction: a new short story

Have you discovered the Review of Australian Fiction yet? RAF publishes two short stories in every issue, pairing an established writer alongside an emerging writer, across a range of genres. For a modest subscription fee, you get these two short … Continue reading

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On location: IVF and hospital nursery

Some readers will know that the topic of my current work in progress (aka WIP) is commercial surrogacy between Australia and Thailand. Today’s fieldwork excursion took me to a hospital in downtown Bangkok, where I know local women acting as … Continue reading

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