The 2018 Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature winners were announced over the weekend as part of Adelaide Writers’ Week, with a South Australian author taking out the prize for the first time.
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A large format picture book exploring the ancient lives of dinosaurs and where they roamed on the Earth, broken down into modern-day continents for ease of understanding.
Popular Dr Who character River Song returns for a third series of audio adventures featuring the fourth Doctor, played by Peter Davidson, and the villainous Madame Kovarian.
A new nanny insinuates herself into every element of a family’s life, providing loving care whilst playing psychologically damaging and abusive games with the children and then with the mother.
This collection of feminist essays covers a wide range of topics including literature, the silencing of women’s voices, sexual assault and motherhood – which is The Mother of All Questions.
In this sequel to ‘Crimson Lake’, Ted Conkaffey and Amanda Pharrell return to face the irate father of the girl Conkaffey was accused of killing, while Pharrell must also investigate the murder of two young adults in a Cairns pub.
The 2018 Adelaide Writers’Week begins this coming weekend with six free days of authors and thinkers for adults and kids alike.
A full-cast audio adaptation of HG Wells’ most well-known novel, The War of the Worlds, unfolding an alien invasion of Earth in Victorian times.
As evil Prince Aven expands his control, Alex finds herself at the whim of a mystifying new mentor and attempts to get all the players in place before a war between the races breaks out.
A look at the big four companies: Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google, by Professor Scott Galloway, who teaches Brand Strategy and Digital Marketing at NYU’s Stern School of Business.
When artist Gabriel arrives in the remote town of Ludvika to focus on his art, he becomes entangled in the lives of the locals, with all their personal politics, love affairs, friendships and hardships.
The first novel in The Folk of the Air trilogy, following the lives of three sisters who are abducted into the dark world of Faerie and have to find ways to come to terms with the loss of their parents and their new lives.
Glam Adelaide caught up with Adelaide mum and author Clare Connelly whose risque novel ‘Off Limits’ is launching a new Mills & Boon range of steamy stories with the woman in charge.
NYPD robbery detective Miles Keller thinks he’s found a good strategy: rip off rich New York criminals and then retire early, before word’s out about his true identity, but someone wants revenge.
A CIA analyst whose role is to hunt down and identify Russian sleeper agents in the USA discovers her long-time husband on the list of suspects.
Young Annie names her stuffed Kangaroo ‘Digger’ and gives him to her older brother as he leaves for war. In France, 1918, Digger & her brother are cared for by a young French girl named Colette.
The Sixth Doctor and his companion, Peri encounter a travel agency that uses alien technology to transport people’s consciousness to points in time to relive various adventures.
It started with a single tweet: “I need peace.” This is the true recollection of a Syrian girl’s experience of war and her plea for peace that went viral on social media.
The many aspects of urban farming, not just how to grow your own veggies but also how increased awareness of our food production can have environmental, social, health and psychological benefits.
2018’s Fringe Ambassador, comedian Joel Creasey, has lived a short but busy life so far and marks the occasion with an autobiography of his journey from a McCafe to the world stage.