The cinematographer behind Inception takes a turn in the director's chair.
Colin Steele probes the outer limits with reviews of four exciting science fiction works.
Lewis and Ingman debunk myths about the Japanese raid on Darwin in the second world war.
Every journalist who is not too stupid knows that what he does is morally indefensible.
Farewell Sue Townsend, aged 68-plus; Philip Roth's wrath; the first women's prize; Tartt's golden Pulitzer; poet Ken Taylor dies; the Jewish writers festival, and more pink Penguins.
This writer's animal narrators bear witness to humans at their worst and so inform us of our true natures.
Vince Gilligan admits that Breaking Bad may prove to be his career highlight. But with a spin-off now in production, his creative team just keeps on cooking.
'It is a wonderful time to be working in television,'' says writer Vince Gilligan, as our audience with the man behind arguably the most critically acclaimed drama of our time - Breaking Bad - begins. ''One of the things that I love about television, and in fact have always loved about television, is that it is a writer's medium.''
Just because there is a TV show called Vikings, doesn't mean that Vikings ever existed.
The influence of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the great Colombian novelist and Nobel laureate who died on Thursday, on Australian writing is something that should not be underestimated.