Travel writer, essayist and novelist Geoff Dyer's rule is that no one can come out of his books looking worse than the author himself, writes Michelle Griffin.
Darryn King She encountered bitter controversy over not being black enough for one of her recent roles and believes the world has a lot to learn from the colour-blind approach of the Trekkies.
Nick Miller Hailed as "The Commitments, only better", John Carney's latest movie should have him in a haze of self-congratulation. But the opposite is true.
Colin Steele The View from the Cheap Seats is a book to dip into, not only for the insights into Gaiman's life, but also for his accounts of books, films, art and music.
Geoff Page The List of Last Remaining is a timely collection from Adelaide poet Louise Nicholas.
Terry Smyth is an award-winning journalist, playwright, scriptwriter and songwriter, based in Sydney. He is the author of Australian Confederates and a new book, Denny Day: The Life and Times of Australia's Greatest Lawman (Ebury), about the police magistrate who brought 11 men to justice after the Myall Creek massacre.
Karl Quinn Alexander Skarsgard's toned abs are real, but everything else in The Legend of Tarzan is a seamless blend of fact and fiction.
The highest grossing box office actress of all time is not Jennifer Lawrence, Julia Roberts or Meryl Streep.
Susan Wyndham Learn to live, die and converse better; the battle to #SaveOzStories; focus on Australian literature
Karl Quinn It was one of the most spectacular scenes ever shown on television, and now it has been revealed that The Battle of the Bastards was built in Melbourne.
IMMIGRANTS who “don’t mix with Australians” should be “put on the boat” and sent home, according to Mature ...