The Demographics of Wealth is a series of essays written by the staff of the center.
The essays are based on the staff’s analysis of over a quarter-century’s worth of data collected by the Federal Reserve through its Survey of Consumer Finances.
Alice’s books have also been published in the US and UK.
She is currently the Artist in Residence at Janet Clarke Hall, the University of Melbourne, and writes frequently for Australian magazines and newspapers.
The book’s launch at Ubud Writers & Readers Festival was cancelled due to police warnings, and Eliza protested by wearing to the festival T-shirts printed with excerpts from her novel.
Her short works have appeared in places including the Griffith Review, Asia Literary Review, Exchanges Journal, Magdalene, Jakarta Post, Tempo, and Inside Indonesia.Her book The Literature of the Iranian Diaspora: Meaning and Identity since the Islamic Revolution was published in March 2015 (I. Sanaz is currently the Assistant Executive Director of the Asia Pacific Writers and Translators, (Remote Control by Caetlin Benson-Allott While we all use remote controls, we understand little about their history or their impact on our daily lives.In 2016 Eliza was selected as a Wr ICE fellow and participated in residencies in China and Australia.Eliza has appeared at Northern Territory Writers Festival, Makassar International Writers Festival, and Melbourne Writers Festival.The essays in this series come from leading writers and commentators from Indonesia and Australia each looking closely at their own society, cultures and political situations.They have been published through the Centre’s site and in The Guardian Australia.In 2016, The Australia-Indonesia Centre commissioned the first of a series of essays aimed at bringing new voices and perspectives from Australians and Indonesians telling their stories.The series began by asking essayists to respond to the question ‘What does it mean to be Indonesian/Australian?Golf Ball by Harry Brown This book explores the composition, history, kinetic life, and the long senescence of golf balls, which may outlive their hitters by a thousand years, in places far beyond our reach.They embody our efforts to impose our will on the land, whether the local golf course or the Moon, but their unpredictable spin, bounce, and roll often defy our control.