A Month of Sundays, a novel by Liz Byrski, is about 4 women in their 60s and 70s, Ros, Adele, Judy and Simone, all members of an Online book club for ten+ years
The White Book by Han Kang offers beauty, poignancy and resonance, a knowledge of what is lost and what is gained; how one becomes the other, says Derek Parker
The screenplay for this wondrous film has great depth, wonderful sincerity and is driven by the very appealing diversity of characters the story brings together
Charmed lives in Greece: Ghika, Craxton, Leigh Fermor an exhibition by the British Museum March 8 – July 15 is a modern Greek story of three influential artists
Fifty presentations, lectures, readings, tours and other print on paper related events, will be held in venues across the city for Melbourne Rare Book Week 2017
Each October theatrical students at Australia’s National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) showcase the skills they have acquired by presenting a season of plays
August 1 is start date for a competition integral to [untitled], Stonnington Literary Festival 2016, with short story, poetry and memoir categories for all ages
Scholar, Courtier, Magician: the Lost Library of John Dee reveals an amazing Tudor imagination, as books owned by the 16th century polymath go on show at London
Far from the Madding Crowd is a sensitive film abounding with images, which find a mirror in every mind and with sentiments to which every bosom returns an echo
Janet Walkers Tribute to P.D James Baroness of Holland Park who wrote with imagination and flair, her books were hard to put down until the final credits rolled
English author Jane Austen lived in one of the most eventful, colourful and turbulent epochs in the history of England and Europe.
Prior to the twentieth century towers were built as symbols to the heights of material wealth and prosperity the western world had yet achieved.
You don’t have to board a tram to visit Douglas Stewart Fine Books street parking is available Allow time to browse & find something special for your collection
The Summer Show at the Bodleian Libraries is a fantastical, fabulous display of Magical Books: from the Middle Ages to Middle-earth + relative paraphernalia
Images of dogs in literature, movies and art demonstrate the love and respect we humans have for our canine pals. They prove conclusively that for us, and for a long long time, dogs been always been far more than pets.
Reading aloud or silently and helping to boost the literacy of children and adults is vitally important to our life’s journey. Words are how the world works