With another big merger in the publishing world, the future is not clear.
- by Jason Steger
This documentary on the late neurologist and author reveals him as even more singular than his readers might have thought.
- by Jake Wilson
From the electric jug that doesn't fit under the tap to the rubbery toast, there are many features to enjoy again as we hit the road.
- by Richard Glover
The Just Not Australian exhibition is both a critique of reflexive, brainless nationalism and a view of shared experiences.
- by John McDonald
Like Monet with his home-grown waterliles, a sculptor and a photographer have been inspired by nature to create dreamlike works.
- by Robin Powell
One of Australia's favourite novels, My Brilliant Career, comes to the stage this week, 120 years since it was first published.
- by Helen Pitt
As live entertainment returns, albeit with some restrictions, choosing what to book can be a challenge. Hang on, help is on the way.
- by Nick Galvin, Harriet Cunningham, George Palathingal, John Shand, John McDonald, Valerie Lawson and Garry Maddox
Two new books take differing views of the role of Buckingham Palace in the tumultuous days of November, 1975.
- by Paul Strangio
The true-crime series on Stan has a fascinating case, but lacks the surprises that would place it among the best in the true crime genre.
- by Karl Quinn
The Macquarie Dictionary has announced its words of the year for 2020. David Astle, one of the judges on the committee, gives an insider's view on the selection.
- by David Astle