Books & Publishing

The Domino Project
October 16th, 2011

But the most urgent question facing The Domino Project might be the danger that it turns out to be the same sort of entity it exists to rail against. Will it only work if Godin and his handful of staff keep it small and retain their craftsmanlike approach, or would he like to see it get as big as the Doubledays and Random Houses of the world? “I’d rather people in publishing copy the notion so I can go back to having a normal life as a writer…”

Still Riding on the Storm
February 11th, 2012

No matter how serious the subject matter it’s full of dirty jokes, fun poked at himself and the sort of vocabulary Les Norton might wield in real life. Like his on-paper alter ego, it seems there’s plenty of spark in Robert G Barrett yet.

Ghostbusters – The Ultimate Visual History
February 7th, 2016

While you can read any number of stories online about how print media is dying, Ghostbusters – The Ultimate Visual History actually represents the future of print publishing, a beautiful object d’art that reminds us of everything that’s great about printed books when so much content these days is disposable. It’s all about artefacts – […]

May 23rd, 2015

Vitamania is a level headed but urgent look at the marketing, industry, science and disinformation surrounding one of the most common and least understood words in nutrition.

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.

Screw Lightbulbs
April 16th, 2010

It was a very sad time. They replaced it with buses and immediately lost 30 percent of the patronage, and as soon as the trains were put back on the 30 percent came straight back. There was a major oil crisis in 1979 and people got very scared about a future that was totally dependent on cars and buses.

Bonk Bonk is a funny word -- partly comical, partly erotic and partly ...
August 16th, 2008

Steve Jobs Among the most assertive theme about Steve Jobs that emerges from Walter ...
December 20th, 2011

Drama seeking missile It's a plot twist the likes of which few novelists would even ...
June 13th, 2011

The Goldilocks Enigma By Paul Davies Allen Lane, 350pp, $55 Reviewed by Drew Turney With most scientists toiling ...
November 18th, 2006

A day in the life of a showgirl It's sweet for a husband and wife to have his and hers ...
January 30th, 2011

Battling On Hot on the heels of a resurgence in military books comes the ...
March 1st, 2007

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