Virtuoso guitarist Gerard Mapstone has an extraordinary show providing enthusiasts with an opportunity to enjoy a passionate exploration of flamenco music style
Winter at Death’s Hotel ends in a way that Kenneth Cameron can write more about Louisa Conan Doyle and her investigations, a woman I’d like to hear more about
What a gift the National Gallery has given Australians bringing the J.M.W. Turner exhibition from the Tate to Canberra where its showing until September 8, 2013
Janet reviews Mandarin Gate in which award winning author Eliot Pattison offers a thriller that navigates the explosive political & religious landscape of Tibet
Perfect Chaos is a story about love; a daughter’s journey to survive bipolar disorder and a mother’s struggle to help her learn how best to live her life well
Beaming is by Lindsay Tuffin a renowned editor lurking with intent gloriously in Tasmania where he masterminds the ‘Tasmanian Times’…. an Online cheeky forum
The setting and characters in The City Of Women is well-crafted, the wartime thoroughfares of Berlin and the tragedy of the Jews, described in chilling detail
Hallgrimur Helgason has created a true 21st century odyssey where the warrior hero Toxic, goes from the field of battle to the suburbs of a land without guns
Bakelite jewellery started being made during the 1920’s and its unique vibrantly coloured statement pieces are very wearable and very much sought after today
A review by Janet Walker reveals author Judith Newton’s life and storytelling skill are as enjoyable as recipes in her book Tasting Home, one to savour & keep
If your knowledge of Jamaican history is limited (mine was) then Anthony C. Winkler’s The Family Mansion will have you searching for more – it’s a great read
I absolutely adore the antique trade; every day is different and offers a fresh set of challenges to surmount in an interesting life’s journey full of beauty
Leo Schofield’s Hobart Baroque Festival is a triumph in Tasmania – Larry’s Ghost from the Tasmanian Times reports on Opening Night at the historic Theatre Royal
Archibald Knox and Liberty of London are names inextricably linked, especially when we consider the up swell of indigenous British design at the beginning of the twentieth century.
Michael Furtado from University of Queensland reviews Gerard Brophy’s contemporary Passion Play, Gethsemene, recently sung by The Song Company on ABC FM Radio
The City of Brisbane is named for Major-General Sir Thomas Makdougall Brisbane (1773-1860) astronomer, soldier and Governor of New South Wales.