This is not an ambiguous comedy about pain and alienation; it’s an unambiguous comedy about pain and alienation.
The latest account of the Churchill fire complex and the man who started it is lyrical, assiduous and ultimately elusive.
In her new memoir, Unfettered and Alive, feminist writer and publisher Anne Summers shows that she's far from done. And with the global rise of neoliberal, "status quo" feminism, her voice may be more valuable than ever.
In Australia: What Happened?, Ben Pobjie explores our country's humble beginnings as a cosy corner of the supercontinent Pangaea, to its current status as one of the world's most middling powers.
Gillian Triggs' new book Speaking Up aspires more to be reference text than a memoir, which is a shame.
Poet John Kinsella on Senator Pauline Hanson's 'it's OK to be white' motion on Monday.
Nick "Honey Badger" Cummins is facing a media storm over his time as The Bachelor, but his new book and its associated image rehab tour reveals the power and appeal of the Aussie larrikin.
Matthew Lesh's heavily researched theory on socio-economic divides would give Andrew Bolt a heart attack.
The cancellation comes down to a scandal involving sexual assault, financial misconduct and one of the world’s most exalted cultural institutions.