July 5, 2019

Bookmarks: Thames & Hudson opens up a new line

Sally Heath, the former executive publisher at MUP, will join T&H to commission a new, narrative non-fiction line of books.
July 5, 2019

Why so many Germans committed suicide at the end of World War II

Florian Huber's story begins in April 1945 in the small town of Demmin, where between 600 and 1000 residents committed suicide.
July 5, 2019

Jackson Brodie tackles modern monsters and their victims

Nothing is what it appears to be in Kate Atkinson's latest novel, which marks the return of Jackson Brodie.
July 5, 2019

A parable of loneliness immersed in nature

Norwegian director Hans Petter Moland conjures atmosphere with long sequences in wild places and an evocative soundtrack.
July 5, 2019

Tracking the trendsetters: Design Files rewards top creatives

The Design Files has been a valued online repository of interviews with Australian designers from architecture to ceramics and stationery.
July 5, 2019

‘It took a lot of guts’: Tracey Moffatt’s eerie new portals

Photographer Tracey Moffatt unveils her latest visual experiments: intriguing narrative works where, once again, she becomes a character – even an outlaw.
July 5, 2019

All together now: making art out of the natural world

The interconnectedness of all living things is at the heart of botanical artist Janet Laurence’s new exhibition.
July 5, 2019

I thought, wait a minute, Game of Thrones!: MTC embraces costume drama

Shakespeare in Love is one of the most ambitious works in Melbourne Theatre Company's history.
July 5, 2019

McAllister’s final curtain call after a three-decade run

One of our most accomplished dancers reflects on his time with the Australian Ballet.
July 5, 2019

Radical historian Geoffrey Blainey marvels over climate change debate

Historian Geoffrey Blainey, who has just published his memoirs, has courted controversy before and it hasn't stopped him from wading into the hot topic of climate change.
July 5, 2019

From campfire to pigment: a journey of artistic endeavour

Spacecraft's Stewart Russell worked with Indigenous artists to create works born of the earth.
July 5, 2019

Matt Parkinson: the lovable genius who rose from the dead

Doctors were warning of brain damage, but if anything, being dead for 10 minutes only made The Chase quiz champ smarter.