Books & Publishing


The Erotic Engine
December 20th, 2010

It revels in the accomplishments of our species but remind us that — whether its ochre hand paints on cave walls or wireless broadband — humanity’s spent most of its existence with just one thing on its mind

Biting the Big Apple
November 1st, 2008

Sydney actress Vendramini spins just such a tale as she moves to New York to join a prestigious acting academy and falls for a rich businessman and lives like a queen before breaking up to live in the dishevelled cool of the East Village, a struggling but talented performer finding her muse.


The Decisive Moment
April 12th, 2009

We tend to view brain states (right/left, reason/emotion) as warring factions, but neuroscientist and magazine editor Lehrer presents a refreshing case that these either/or propositions actually work together to give our consciousness the best representation of our environment, our most prized ability in our hunter/gatherer days.

11.22.63
December 4th, 2011

You might not think Stephen King is the greatest writer in the world, but here’s what he does well, if nothing else. When you pick up 11.22.63 (another doorstop the size of It and The Stand) you might emit a small groan about how long it will probably take to get through it.


Net Gain
April 8th, 2010

“I was surprised at the popularity but not the capacity for material to spread quickly on the internet. When you’re selling your soul nine to five and you receive an email that amuses you, there’s a tendency to welcome the distraction and want to share with friends and co-workers.”

Birmingham, man of letters
September 13th, 2010

It was this same in-your-face attitude that produced Leviathan, Birmingham’s non-fiction effort to peer beneath the gloss and glitz of Sydney and investigate the violent, chequered past we don’t show overseas visitors on postcards. The back cover blurb calls it ‘history for the Tarantino generation’.






Turning the Me Generation into the We Generation Michael Ungar, Allen & Unwin, $26.99, ISBN 9781741758351, 28 Sept 09, 1 ...
October 1st, 2009

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

Australian Pulp Beautiful dames, tough-as-nails PIs, gunslingers, monsters from space. You'll be surprised how ...
September 1st, 2008

Ghostbusters – The Ultimate Visual History While you can read any number of stories online about how print ...
February 7th, 2016

Human Errors Human Errors poses the quite beautiful hypothesis that it's precisely because of ...
January 14th, 2019

Perfect Motion If you've ever been at the gym and cracked a vexing work ...
October 1st, 2019


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