Heather Rose The Museum of Modern Love

Heather Rose: The Museum of Modern Love

Winner of the 2017 Stella Prize, The Museum of Modern Love by Heather Rose is a mesmerising literary novel about a lost man in search of connection – a meditation on love, art and commitment, set against the backdr...
Nigel Giles Number 96

Nigel Giles: Number 96

It was hailed in newspapers as the night “Television lost its virginity!” On Monday 13 March 1972, the adults-only TV series, Number 96 made its debut on our screens and soon became the most talked about show...
Stella Prize Shortlist Stack - photo by Connor Tomas O'Brien

2017 Stella Prize Shortlist Announced

Celebrating Australian women’s contribution to literature, the Stella Prize is delighted to announce on, International Women’s Day, the six extraordinary books that have been announced on the 2017 shortlist. Named after ...
Pan Macmillan Australia Christine Dibley To The Sea

Christine Dibley: To The Sea

From debut Australian author Christine Dibley comes a stunning saga set on the sweeping coasts of Tasmania and Ireland. A dangerous yearning that echoes through generations, To The Sea is a call to the sea passed on from...
Martin Sharp His Life and Times

Martin Sharp: His Life and Times

Talented, charismatic, unconventional, Martin Sharp was one of the most internationally influential culture makers of the late 20th century. His iconic images of Dylan, Hendrix, Luna Park and the Sydney Opera House defin...
Paul Fleming Pause - A Collection of Tasmanian Moments

Pause: A Collection of Tasmanian Moments

If Tasmania is not the most beautiful place in Australia, it certainly is the most striking and dramatic. It is host to ancient forests and pristine waterways, set in contrast against dramatic geological formations resul...