John Schumann is best known for his leadership of the legendary folk-rock band Redgum, and his Vietnam veterans' anthem, I Was Only 19. His new children's book, I Was Only Nineteen, is illustrated by Craig Smith and published by Allen & Unwin.
When Karen Viggers sets out to write a book, she starts with a location. For her latest, she turned to the nearby Brindabella ranges - and its wildlife.
Karen Viggers' new book repays a debt to the Brindabellas, which provided solace when she was in need.
Singer, songwriter and author John Schumann talks about his favourite books.
Canberra author finds solace in the Brindabellas, writes Karen Hardy.
Colin Steele probes the outer limits with reviews of four exciting science fiction works.
Farewell Sue Townsend, aged 68-plus; Philip Roth's wrath; the first women's prize; Tartt's golden Pulitzer; poet Ken Taylor dies; the Jewish writers festival, and more pink Penguins.
This writer's animal narrators bear witness to humans at their worst and so inform us of our true natures.
Lewis and Ingman debunk myths about the Japanese raid on Darwin in the second world war.
Every journalist who is not too stupid knows that what he does is morally indefensible.