Book Shelf Articles
Ambrose Bierce's dictionary was a work of wicked satire, writes Jane Sullivan.
ITâS a publishing maxim that many novels have a shelf-life of only a few months. But two much-admired books by two of Australiaâs greatest writers are back in the spotlight 40 years after they first appeared.
IT IS a publishing maxim that many novels have a shelf life of only a few months. But two much admired books by two of Australia's greatest writers are back in the spotlight 40 years after they first appeared in print.
BABCOCK & BROWN POWER has officially changed its name to Alinta Energy, in an attempt to sever links with its collapsed former parent.
EAT before you shop: this is the advice often served up to supermarket shoppers who tend to spend too much at the checkout because they are hungry. It could also be good advice for those headed to a bookshop.