Frank Bongiorno’s "Dreamers and Schemers", a compelling and comprehensive account of Australia’s political life, from pre-settlement indigenous systems to the present day, is the ACT Book of the Year 2023.
"Karen Vickery’s Lear is a triumphant revelation of deeply psychological motivations, feelings and responses that are embedded in the text but which have rarely been extracted." JOE WOODWARD reviews "King Lear" at The Q.
In the first of an occasional series reminding us what makes Canberra such a beautiful place to live, NOEL BEDDOE gets a fond insight into some of the backstage antics of the 50-year-old Tempo Theatre group.
COLIN STEELE reviews two books with a seasonal theme. One reflects on how gifts are an integral part of human society, the other is a classic story of Christmas – a 'luxury' edition of Dickens' 'A Christmas Carol'.
Arts editor HELEN MUSA says it's indisputable that Emily Kam Kngwarray is one of Australia's greatest artists, as the coming exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia, which bears her name, will show.