Tom Kenally's Irish prize; Stephen King's praise for a Sydney crime writer; Aussies among US library best; Dylan Thomas turns 100
A review of selected reading with Karen Hardy.
An elegantly produced tribute to Akio Makigawa is as impressive as one of his art works.
The Murder of Harriet Krohn is challenging, often harrowing, reading.
Literary events in Canberra this week.
A fine collection of photographic portraits of Victorian poets is somewhat let down by the uneven quality of accompanying poetry.
Rachael Weiss describes the absurdities and eccentricities and culture clash of three years she spent in Prague.
Book review: James Booth has attempted to restore Philip Larkin's image through an extensive biographical examination of his life.
REVIEW: AS a rule, I avoid reading other people's reviews before writing my own, for obvious reasons.