Opening the Melbourne Agency; Kausgaard has more in store; like detective, like creator; and farewell to some Kindles.
Susan Wyndham Meet the elusive Elizabeth Harrower; Harry Potter illustrated; India with Claire Scobie
Jason Steger Les Murray considers the influence of his home on his poetry and reflects on a year that has seen him publish two books.
Anne Susskind Leah Kaminsky's Dina stares at the carobs, pine trees and bulbul birds of Haifa, but part of her sees the Australian magpies and lorikeets in the wattle trees. Very much a migrant experience, except most migrants seek out a better life and safety. She has to push aside her fears of bomb scares and more.
Lenny Ann Low Students learn how to handle the demands of TV or film action by re-enacting famous scenes.
Jake Wilson Classics to see on the big screen again.
Various Best picks of free-to-air, DVDs and games to keep you entertained.
Rosalie Ham wrote The Dressmaker for a writing course. Here she reveals what it was like seeing her story on the big screen with Kate Winslet as its star.
Ron Cerabona Literary news from in and around Canberra.
Chris Middendorp The screen icon who frightened a nation has found a kind of eternity online.