Fiction. Three for a Sunday.
Linda Morris Debut writer Jane Abbott has created one of the meanest characters in Australian contemporary dystopian fiction.
Nick Galvin Can a child murder his mother then be redeemed? Kate Summerscale uncovered the answer to this question in a remarkable true story spanning decades and continents.
Ron Cerabona Literary news and events in Canberra.
Alison Broinowski The whole national capital could become a movie set if an enterprising director picks up this eminently filmable novel.
Ian Fraser Georgiana Molloy; the mind that shines
BOOKS THAT CHANGED ME
Susan Wyndham The State Library of NSW is advertising for a new state librarian and chief executive following Alex Byrne's decision to retire at the end of his five-year term in September.
Susan Wyndham Gloria Steinem intends to live until she's 100.
Susan Wyndham Book sales at Sydney Writers' festival reflected the diversity of topics covered by some of the guests.
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MidCoast Council area in photos
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Ray Hurst and his daughter Krystal wanted to give something more than money to an organisation they care ...