Poetic justice for a small press; cheers to the Nib winner; the confusion of David Foster (Wallace).
Poetry and jazz fans alike can wonder and ponder while enjoying Geoff Page's new book - the two topics are not mutually exclusive.
What is the future of "tree flakes encased in dead cow" in the digital age? Colin Steele believes book collecting heralds a new chapter for the printed word.
Each story in this slim volume is complex, layered and unpretentious in the telling.
Despite these two books on Charles Bean, the war correspondent's story is still not comprehensively told.
Matthew Reilly's latest novel is an action-packed return to style.
Peter Carey doesn't understand the lionising of the late Gough Whitlam by the very people who rejoiced in his government being brought down.
Terry Pratchett's dry humour and common sense pervades many of the essays
Frances Fukuyama's eighth book proceeds from the state of turmoil where his earlier histories left off.
THERE’S been a few sharky encounters off the Narooma and Bermagui area including a mako shark containing a ...