There has been a weekly book market at Fed Square for 14 years, but it looks as if the final instalment is approaching.
Linda Morris It's said the Camino de Santiago de Compostela, the famous pilgrims' walk through France and Spain, changes its wayfarers irrevocably.
Sarah Tilbrook The warmer months are finally upon us and the beginning of Spring is the ideal time to discover your inner green thumb and get out in to the garden - whether you’re a seasoned gardener or absolute beginner, there really is something for everyone.
Jason Steger For many years Agnes Nieuwenhuizen was a fierce, committed and brave advocate of young-adult writing.
Desiree Savage The pair will discuss writing, advocacy and being a living political act.
Plenty to entertain at the library in Wellington.
Isaac McIntyre Aboriginal Elder, Aunty Mary Hooker, features in a new book of 60 short stories which celebrates the 60th anniversary of Guide Dogs NSW.
Nick Miller Some authors will tell you their novels were inspired by a dream, or a stroke of inspiration. It turns out that John le Carre's A Legacy of Spies came out of a failure of imagination.