A thoughtful and poignant memoir of early on-set dementia.
A funny but earnest investigation of what we're all doing - but rarely talking about.
The story of the gutsy women inside the biggest mafia in the world
An examination of the figureheads of Silicon Valley.
A cauldron of contemporary Indonesia seen through an eclectic cast of characters
A feelgood romance set in Melbourne's fashion scene.
A gripping post-apocalyptic parable with an original premise
Eleanor Limprecht's third novel continues her preoccupation with family, this time a women and her granddaughter
A tale full of brilliantly written, complex women
A welcome addition to the body of knowledge about the Holocaust from 18 survivors.
Misheard quotes, via robots or reporters, are only going to proliferate in coming years. Accents undo the smartest app, while journalists are time-poor to a point of destitution.
The Wimpy Kids' fans are changing and so too might Greg Heffley, says author Jeff Kinney.
In Kurnell, where Captain Cook first stepped ashore, local communities have found a way to move beyond the tired polarities of the culture and history wars.
Two new scientific books provide insights into two important organs.
In a crumbling English country house, miles from the nearest village, guests have settled into their rooms for a weekend of revelry. But the mysterious Evelyn Hardcastle will soon be dead. Was it murder?
Reading Patrick White's The Aunt's Story changed how Craig Sherborne looked at the world.
A look at what's on in Canberra's literary scene over the coming weeks.
Power structures are trembling under the weight of ''bullshit'' and the power of words, says the Sydney Writers' Festival artistic director.
One of the year's most anticipated Broadway plays - the screenwriter Aaron Sorkin's adaptation of Harper Lee's novel To Kill a Mockingbird - faces a legal challenge from Lee's estate, which is suing over Sorkin's version of the story.
Cleo Wade is a political campaigner and Instagram poet whose words have adorned mugs and billboards. Dubbed the Millennial Oprah, Wade is pushing a new approach to change.
A colourful, improbable account of a largely forgotten history.
An epic yet personal tale set in the unfamiliar world of Ethiopia.
An open-minded and witty exploration of the practice of humans feeding wild birds.
A passionate and timely examination of women's Australian Rules football.
Reading Geoffrey Robertson is the next best thing to breaking bread with him.