Motorists may have been startled at the sight of a two-metre Gruffalo wandering between Radford College and the National Library on Wednesday. But he was friendly enough.
In The News: A User's Manual. a sometimes giddy optimist suggests we might be able to shape this info-environment for the common good.
Children's book author and illustrator Graeme Base is having a bit of a clear-out before he moves into a new house - but this is no ordinary garage sale.
The Rolling Stones in their pomp were the famous five Enid Blyton could never have invented: a child's dream of rock'n'roll success and excess made real life.
Delivered a devastating medical diagnosis, Mark Juddery took his own advice. Stay positive.
Books exploring sex, death and architecture have all made the shortlist for the 2013 ACT Book of the Year Award, which was announced on Monday.
Much-loved, multi award-winning singer Kate Ceberano has flown under the radar in the past few years.
David Malouf's imaginative achievement for this country is second only to Patrick White's.
On the shelf this week: My Nanna is a Ninja and Janice MacLeod's Paris Letters.
Award-winning author Joy Dettman talks about her favourite books.