Self Portrait demonstrates Sir Roy Strong can still attract an audience.
A rape trial opens the exploration of a dark and often under-reported side of professional sport.
Penny Olsen has revealed some absorbing scientific and social history.
Many sessions at the Emerging Writers' Festival are devoted to making a better writing life.
The first pages of this novel are disconcerting. It opens with a mystery, and the cruel experiences of Ivan, ''the last of the Vostyachs'', as he stumbles out of a gulag into the forest of the Arctic Circle.
Michael Sandel rails against the reign of economic rationalism, writes Kelsey Munro.
From her own books to seeking author equality, Kate Mosse has a flair for drama.
The End: The Human Experience of Death is enlightening, in the best possible way, about something that is such a fundamental part of life, most of us choose to avoid dwelling on it. An accomplished science journalist, Bianca Nogrady has covered every base in her investigation of the phenomena of death - philosophy, medicine, science, ethics and culture. Her starting point, in each of these areas, is the assumption that the more we know about death - the more we understand the mechanics of our own obsolescence - the less we have to fear from it.
Amit Chaudhuri's collection of essays is suffused by romanticism.
This is very much a book of interiors, both literal and metaphoric.
It was a time warp back three decades at Maitland City Bowls, Sports and Recreation Club on Friday ...
It’s mid-morning in the heart of central Maitland and Xavier Earle is on the receiving end of a ...
Small children suffering from sensory processing disorder in the Hunter are leaping ahead thanks to an innovative program ...