WYCHWOOD: THE MAKING OF ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST MAGICAL GARDENS
Athens is the setting for Rachel Cusk's impressive latest novel.
Fiona McIntosh was born in England, spent her childhood in West Africa and lives in Adelaide but prefers to write in the solitude of southern Tasmania. After a career in the travel industry, she writes full-time. Nightingale, her 28th novel for adults, is published by Michael Joseph.
A book about a zoo has long been simmering in the fertile mind of Australia's high-octane action writer.
I learned the truth at 17. That I was not wrong for the world I live in.
Jeff Popple searches out three of the latest and best crime fiction.
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.
Matthew Reilly's latest novel is an action-packed return to style.