March 22, 2019

Celebrating the energy of Australia’s favourite living artist

This new book accompanies artist Ben Quilty's large-scale mid-career retrospective.
March 22, 2019

Detective noir with a self-aware twist

Jonathan Lethem addresses the Trump administration in his 11th novel.
March 22, 2019

Top five films: The best of the big screen

Our pick of what's showing on the big screen this week
March 22, 2019

Shining a light on the words of war

A new literary festival will examine military writing, addressing a large section of the book market.
March 22, 2019

Winslow’s final Cartel trilogy installment is a glittering, timely conclusion

The Border is an outraged, scathing novel that despairs at America's treatment of Mexico.
March 22, 2019

A visceral ride in a leaky boat

Choreographer and dancer Jill Orr guides her audience through the Dark Night with compelling authority.
March 22, 2019

Remembrance of movies past: why the films of our youth stay with us

Goodbye Gemini had hipster twins and female impersonators and jaded queens on hammocks in houseboats who called people "ducky". It was creepy and incoherent but still, I adored it.
March 22, 2019

Boiler warning: Property owners issued advice by expert as breakdown risk set to rise

BOILER experts have issued a word of warning to some property owners, amid freezing temperatures in some parts of the UK. What tips should you follow, and why is the risk of boiler malfunction set to increase?
March 22, 2019

Daily horoscope for March 22: YOUR star sign reading, astrology and zodiac forecast today

TODAY’S daily horoscope arrives with the transit Moon in Libra and the Sun in the sign of Aries – but what effect will this have on you today?
March 22, 2019

Lunch with: Mark Rubbo, the Readings boss who loves books and hates shoplifters

Mark Rubbo made a hash of his medical studies but when it came to selling books he found he had what it takes. This month, Readings celebrates 50 years in business.
March 22, 2019

The messy history of Australia’s print media

Sally Young's book is an invaluable - if at times biased - history of Australia's print media dynasties.