Signed copies of Booker Prize-winning books sell like hot cakes says rare book dealer.
Reviewer Colin Steele brings you three new titles from the realm of science fiction.
Scottish nationalism, growing up gay and the latest book by the driving force in the rise of Tartan Noir are all on the menu.
Canberra's literary lineup for the week.
Book review: Roopa Farooki's considerable skill is to open up banal incidents, to explain most carefully just what is happening.
Picture books are an excellent vehicle for presenting complex concepts to children.
Book review: Historical ecologist Matthew Colloff presents a great account of the red river gum.
The author counts as one of the highlights of his life the time he spent at Gallipoli in 1990 with men who had seen action there.
Gough and Margaret are the Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt of Australia, says biographer Susan Mitchell.
Does the Australia that nurtured the talent of Richard Flanagan still exist? Writer and cultural strategist Julianne Schultz fears that the country has changed for the worse, reports Chris Wallace.