Lyrebird Hill is the latest outback novel from Anna Romer, the best-selling author of Thornwood House. We have 10 copies to give away. Enter now!
Writer-director Joel Edgerton stars in this edgy drama about a crime, a cover-up and a tragic accident. We've got 10 double passes to give away.
Ambassador for Women and Girls NATASHA STOTT DESPOJA understands the key to future equality. She writes ahead of the G(irls) 20 Summit next week - we've got tickets to give away.
We have tickets to give away to the Sydney Theatre Company's production of Children of the Sun - Gorky's tale of a tangled web of love locked intellectuals.
WIN a copy of Jennifer Weiner's new book All Fall Down.
MARY DELAHUNTY witnessed history from the inside of Julia Gillard's office, and has written a book that seeks to understand our first female PM. She writes about it here.
If anyone makes WENDY HARMER laugh it's Denise Scott, and the two got together for a little Q and A...(SP)
WIN a copy of Kate Belle's new novel Being Jade.
Inspiring, uplifting, and full of joy, Rising from Ashes is a brilliant documentary about two worlds colliding, and we have 10 double passes to give away.
From ferocious to fragile, Heather Mitchell finds new ways to invest in her character in the joyous Strictly Ballroom every night. JO LITSON meets the great actress.
Be sure to pack your tissues for this wonderful and uplifting movie. We're giving away 10 double in-season passes to see the film - enter now.
WIN a copy of Su Dharmapala's new novel Saree.
As she's about to take her vows to become a Catholic nun, Anna discovers she's Jewish and her name is Ida. Win a free ticket to this heartwrenching film.
The nub of normality at the heart of this ABC series is why AMY STOCKWELL wishes the effortlessly cool Marta Dusseldorp had hit our small screens years ago. (SP)
WIN a copy of Alice Hoffman's new novel, The Museum of Extraordinary Things.
WIN a copy of Anita Heiss' new novel Tiddas.
The Hoopla is giving away 20 double passes to the brilliant new film starring Barbara Sukowa as the German-Jewish political theorist Hannah Arendt.
KERRI SACKVILLE does allow herself the odd facial expression, even though it may lead to wrinkles. After 25 years of trying products, she knows what works. [SP]
We hear so much about the changing face of retail - this delightful period drama set in a department store could teach modern retailers a thing or two... (SP)
A Coen brothers film with Colin Firth and a sparkling array of stars? Say no more. We've got copies of the comedy The Gambit to give away.