After 4 years, I am saddened this week to have seen the final editions of TAT Fiction and TAT Unearthed Fiction Magazines.
Hundreds of books are being set free on Melbourne’s public transport network as part of a new book-swapping initiative
Australia’s literary magazine scene is changing – ever more so over the last few years through the growing shift from print to digital media.
There’s been the sad revelation this week that daily commuter newspaper mX is to print its last edition in just two weeks’ time.
Sylvia Plath’s classic novel The Bell Jar was always one of those books I knew I had to read.
Everywhere you go, everywhere you look, people seem to be glued into their phones. It seems that we are surrounded by technology