From early histories of ASIO to Malcolm Turnbull's recollection of the Spycatcher trial. It's a good time to read up.
When it comes to tales of daring heists and gun-toting highwaymen, Australian popular mythology has barely scratched the surface.
In a week littered with literary inaccuracies, the question needs to be asked: why are so many authors getting away with sloppy research?
Midnight Oil's first show since 2017 reflected the anger of the left — past, present and future.
Labor’s proposed boost to arts funding comes after a decade of declining public support. Funding isn't the only problem the sector faces.
"A smart, sophisticated thriller that explores power, class and prejudice, Eight Lives will keep you engrossed until the last page." — Affirm Press
He was a poet who reached across the aeons to Homer, yet he lived in a land which has never willingly taken a single poem to its heart.