Colin Dray is a Lecturer in Literature at Campion College of the Liberal Arts, Australia, and has taught Creative Writing at the University of Wollongong, Australia. His writing and criticism has appeared in Australian Literary Studies, Meanjin, Voiceworks, Antipodes. His blog can be found here: http://drayfish.wordpress.com/
'I Ain't Afraid of No Bros': What's Really Scary About the New Ghostbusters' | 12 Jun 2016 // 9:15 PM
The new Ghostbusters have to fight twice as hard to be considered half as good as the old Ghostbusters. As a recipe for heroism, it's perfect.
The Spoiled Little Man-Child They Made King: Celebrity, Richard II, and Donald Trump | 8 Feb 2017 // 10:00 PM
Did Shakespeare predict Trump? No. That's ridiculous. He just wrote a play about a thin-skinned, petty, self-aggrandising narcissist whose poor leadership drove an empire to ruin. Totally different.
Shakespeare's 'As You Like It' Trumps Reality TV | 7 Dec 2016 // 9:30 PM
Shakespeare's As You Like It employed every signature reality show convention three and a half centuries before television even existed.