Canberra's literary lineup for the week.
The cast is top-shelf, but the highly contrived plot does them no favours, writes Simon Weaving.
Book review: Historical ecologist Matthew Colloff presents a great account of the red river gum.
Picture books are an excellent vehicle for presenting complex concepts to children.
Book review: Roopa Farooki's considerable skill is to open up banal incidents, to explain most carefully just what is happening.
Alexandra Agostone tells Kate Waterhouse about how she got her big break, and being in the creative zone.
Classic horror is reborn, vault-hunting is reworked and a controversial witch returns in the latest game releases.
If Buffy was the vampire slayer, than Sarah Michelle Gellar is the social media slayer.
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.
What do Louie from The Simpsons and Frank Carbone from Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas have in common?