A brief bush Bildungsroman: indefatigable reader Jim Morgan traces his evolution as reader.
Indefatigable reader, Jim Morgan, admires Magda Szubanski's startling memoir.
Jim Morgan reads Joan London's "The Golden Age" and is moved to recall a time when polio loomed in every life.
A 'Sideways Glance' review by Jim Morgan: Why is a novel about grief and beauty titled 'Joyful'? Robert Hillman's new novel has it all.
Inveterate reader Jim Morgan finally gets around to the terrifyingly titled "Every Parent's Nightmare."
Jim Morgan reads a life story, and a crime thriller, and is returned to a youth and manhood on the golden farms of SA.
Indefatiguable reader Jim Morgan's Top 10 list. Plus W.H. Chong's favourite reads of the year, and his Christmas shortlist.
Ever bookish JIM MORGAN part reads Eleanor Catton's Booker winner "The Luminaries," and tackles new books by Lloyd Jones (A History of Silence) and Alex Miller (Coal Creek). The Kiwis don't come out well.