For years the world and Spears were told she was unfit, unwell, and unsafe. The voice that spills out of The Woman in Me is anything but.
- by Brodie Lancaster
Cameron Woodhead and Fiona Capp review recent fiction and non-friction releases
- by Cameron Woodhead and Fiona Capp
Kate Fullagar tells history in reverse in her innovative biography of both Captain Arthur Phillip and Woollarawarre Bennelong.
- by Phillip Deery
Your dreams, your dad, your sister’s drawings. They’re just not that interesting.
- by Anson Cameron
In the leadup to the fabled charge at Beersheba, the crucial Battle of Romani saw the most famous exploit of the Australian Light Horse’s most famous steed.
- by Peter FitzSimons
Cameron Woodhead and Steven Carroll review new fiction and short fiction releases
- by Cameron Woodhead and Steven Carroll
Two new how-to guides offer practical tips for writing well.
- by Simon Caterson
For consumers, coining these terms and spreading them is necessary in avoiding industry spin.
- by David Astle
When the man she almost married died in a plane crash, she was grief-stricken – and unsure of the place for her sorrow.
- by Julia Baird