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Full Coverage. Image is twofold: on the right a book cover with the words Full Coverage in white on a red background over a leather jacket clad guitarist, so all we can see is the musician's torso and hand. On the left is an author head and shoulders shot of a man with a ginger beard, brown and black baseball cap and checkered shirt.

Book review: Full Coverage, Samuel J Fell

The story of Australian rock journalism is a wild ride of luck, tenacity and incredulity.

Ballet Confidential. A two part image with a man in dark suit, white shirt and white tie with very defined cheekbones on the left and a book cover of the torsos of a male and dancer lifting a female dancer on the right.

Book review: Ballet Confidential by David McAllister

Behind the scenes of the glamorous world of tights, tiaras and tutus.

Fake Heroes. Book cover and picture of author on the left, a man with a red beard and receding hairline.

Book review: Fake Heroes, Otto English

Fake Heroes features 10 notable people from history's pages, and reveals what they were really like.

Gunasekera. Production still from ‘You're So Brave’. Photo: Rama Dolman. The image shows a female figure holding a microphone in the centre against a stage with red light and two projector panels on each side.

Patrick Gunasekera and Georgi Ivers: two artists and their journeys in crip time

Care can come in the form of time, patience, flexibility and community engagement in a world that still poses so…


Book review: Would That Be Funny?, Lorin Clarke

Lorin Clarke reveals much about her brilliant father, warts and all, with honesty and wit.


Book review: Cast Mates, Sam Twyford-Moore

An examination of the relationship between Hollywood and the Australian film industry, via actors who have straddled them both.


Book review: Me, Her, Us, Yen-Rong Wong

A bristling collection about race, sex, familial expectation and identity from a writer with lived experience.

White chalk on a black board. The top line is the letter A connected in squiggly line to the letter B, the bottom line is the letter A with a straight line to letter B.

Accessible writing is for everyone

Accessible writing can be divided into two categories: plain language and Easy Read.


Book review: The Empty Honour Board, Martin Flanagan

A memoir about boarding school days and the abuse that occurred there, forever shadowing Flanagan's life.


Book review: Storytellers, Leigh Sales

Over 30 Australian journalists offer a behind-the-scenes look at how the news is made.

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