Helen Razer October 12, 2017 29 Comments
The first two are essentially quick-fix drugs or peppy self-help. Only the third has the power to heal and instruct over the long term.
Crikey June 24, 2016
Australian authors Jackie French and Mem Fox respond to yesterday's article on parallel import restrictions on books.
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.
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.
Crikey September 22, 2015 4 Comments
Tony Abbott nudes up (almost) ... is the government going to sell the ABC? ... Shaun Menegola jumping ship to Seven? ...
Ben Eltham September 3, 2015 1 Comment
A group of literature organisations has written an open letter to Arts Minister George Brandis, claiming they have been shut out of consultations for an books industry council announced last year.
Margot Saville September 30, 2014 9 Comments
Julia Gillard was warm, funny and engaging at a discussion of her memoir in Sydney last night.
Crikey July 15, 2014
Crikey readers have their say on teaching methods and other issues of the day.
Helen Razer June 2, 2014
Clive James has had some silly, nonsensical and flat-out wrong opinions over his long career. But his writing can still ignite passion in any breast, be it adolescent or middle-aged.
Matthew Clayfield May 9, 2014
From locked bathrooms to silent meditation retreats, journalist and novelist Brigid Delaney is committed to stream-of-consciousness tweeting.