Everyone has an opinion and the solutions are never as simple as they sound. Join Peter Mares in conversation with Anne Tiernan about his new book No Place Like Home: Repairing Australia's Housing Crisis.
Flames opens with a moment of transformation: ‘Our mother returned to us two days after we spread her ashes over Notley Fern Gorge’. Robbie Arnott’s beguiling debut explores the messy, overwhelming nature of grief with a magical twist.
Join Robbie in conversation with Krissy Kneen at the Brisbane Writers Festival.
Katherine Collette's debut novel The Helpline is a witty and big-hearted comedy about intrigue at a senior citizens centre. Join Katherine and Wil Patterson as they chat about funny stories with Aimee Lindorff.
A newspaper journalist of the old school. He knows how to write a story that sings, knows all the tricks of the tabloid trade. A satirical novel by Miles Franklin Literary Award shortlisted author Craig Sherborne, Off the Record stylishly skewers tabloid journalism and male vanity.
Join Craig in conversation with Ashley Hay.