Has O'Connor's debut novel been historically overlooked in favour of the Southern Gothics of McCarthy, Capote and Faulkner?
Is Tim Winton's blockbuster novel really as good as Australian culture collectively remembers?
WikiLeaks' mission of speaking truth to power seems to have turned into something much more petty and vindictive.
Is there room within Michael Wolff's "exceptional storytelling" for, ya know, actual journalism?
"Writers don’t tend to hang out together. In fact, they repel each other. How can writers sit in a room together?"
It's not every day that an innocuous political biography will endeavor to keep its author anonymous, even if it is just by accident.
Ahead of the spring racing carnival Titus O'Reily, Australia's least insightful sports writer, looks back on some of horseracing's most elaborate and/or idiotic scams.