Books & Publishing

The worlds of the science fiction writer
January 20th, 2014

Like few others stories from the canon, Red Mars, Green Mars and Blue Mars feel like a science-literate writer travelled to the future and returned to report on what he saw rather than making it all up through research and imagination.

An online author
April 18th, 2011

The path to self epublishing has been made considerably easier because the tools in the digital toolset have made it easy to produce an ebook.

‘Noble savage’ idea rebuffed
April 6th, 2013

But Australia and the United States both have histories of genocide against traditional people. Just 30 years ago Cambodia killed off a quarter of it’s professional population. The fact is [the potential] lies close to the surface in all of us.

Just My Type
December 20th, 2010

Even if you’re not a designer or font tragic (one German typographer claims he looks at type the way most men look at womens’ bottoms), Just My Type is far more gripping, fascinating and funny than you might believe. The devices, anecdotes and trivia Garfield uses to tell them make the book a unique pleasure to read.

The Future Files
April 1st, 2008

You only have to look at a sentence like ‘Customisation [sic] encourages experimentation, which drives innovation’ to understand the market Watson thinks he’s speaking to, where business doublespeak usurps common English. Thankfully it has much broader appeal.

Porn’s place in history laid bare
January 30th, 2011

“I became aware of [the connection] when I wrote a technology column,” the author says on the phone from his Canadian home. “I first became aware of it around the time of the internet but started hearing stories about the VCR. I realised it was a really powerful force and shaped a lot of things people who had nothing to do with pornography enjoy and use everyday, but it was hardly being talked about.”

Blade Runners, Deer Hunters and Blowing the Bloody Doors Off What do we love about Hollywood tell-alls? Is it the chance to ...
January 11th, 2009

The Paul Davies Enigma If there's such a thing as popular cosmology, renowned physicist Paul Davies ...
December 1st, 2006

Yearning for Erotica The West was a little nervous talking to Tobsha Learner over the ...
May 15th, 2011

Call it Multimedia… With Hollywood again mining the world of fantasy literature, 2007 looks like ...
April 1st, 2007

e-reader roundup History will remember 2010 as the year ebooks finally arrived. It wasn't ...
March 21st, 2011

The New Printing Economy With the economic downturn looming, paper prices soaring, an emissions trading scheme ...
March 1st, 2009

Full client and publication list:

  • 3D Artist
  • APC
  • Auscam
  • Australian Creative
  • Australian Macworld
  • Australian Way (Qantas)
  • Big Issue
  • Black Velvet Seductions
  • Black+White
  • Bookseller & Publisher
  • Box Magazine
  • Brain World
  • Business News
  • Business NSW
  • Campaign Brief
  • Capture
  • Cleo
  • Cosmos
  • Cream
  • Curve
  • Daily Telegraph
  • Dark Horizons
  • Dazed and Confused
  • Desktop
  • DG
  • Digital Media
  • Disney Magazine
  • DNA Magazine
  • Empire
  • Empty Magazine
  • Famous Monsters of Filmland
  • Fast Thinking
  • FHM UK
  • Film Stories
  • Filmink
  • Follow Gentlemen
  • Geek Magazine
  • Good Reading
  • Good Weekend
  • GQ
  • How It Works
  • Hydrapinion
  • Inside Film
  • Loaded
  • M2 Magazine
  • Marie Claire Australia
  • Marketing
  • Maxim Australia
  • Men's Style
  • Metro
  • Moviehole
  • MSN
  • Nine To Five
  • Paranormal
  • PC Authority
  • PC Powerplay
  • PC Update
  • PC User
  • PC World
  • Penthouse
  • People
  • Pixelmag
  • Popular Science
  • Post Magazine
  • Ralph
  • Reader's Digest
  • ScienceNetwork WA
  • SciFiNow
  • Scoop
  • Scoop Traveller
  • Seaside Observer
  • SFX
  • Sydney Morning Herald
  • The Australian
  • The Retiree
  • The Sun Herald
  • The West Australian
  • TimeOut
  • Total Film
  • Video Camera
  • Video&Filmmaker
  • Writing Magazine
  • Xpress
  • Zoo