Crikey June 24, 2016
How do Australia's finest cartoonists represent our Prime Minister?
Crikey June 23, 2016 8 Comments
Parallel import restrictions are a ridiculous protectionist holdover, and their time is up, writes Evan Mulholland, media and communications manager at the Institute of Public Affairs.
Margot Saville December 11, 2015 7 Comments
Many commentators think Malcolm Turnbull will be in residence at Kirribilli for many years to come. But Paddy Manning, the author of a new book on Turnbull, is not so sure ...
Myriam Robin November 26, 2015 6 Comments
Publishers, predictably, want to keep Australia's restrictions on importing books as they are. But savvy customers and e-book sales mean it soon might not matter anyway.
Margot Saville November 24, 2015 15 Comments
Goodness gracious, Pope Francis thinks that stopping carbon emissions will help the poor, when everyone knows only coal and the free market will do that.
Myriam Robin July 24, 2015 1 Comment
Julie Gibbs, the curator of many beloved cookbooks, is leaving her position as publishing director of Lantern.
Crikey May 5, 2015
After a string of literary rejections, Murray Middleton wins one of Australia's most prestigious literary awards -- and isn't allowed to tell anybody about it.
Crikey January 7, 2015 9 Comments
Who spent the most on books and newspapers in Parliament House? Crikey reporter Myriam Robin and intern Mahalia Dobson investigate.
Crikey December 9, 2014 50 Comments
Australia's Secret War, which won the PM's literary award for history, is a badly written, badly researched work of fiction, opines Mike Carlton, former ABC war correspondent and naval historian.