Bradbury, Barlow, and bad books
The books are to be replaced with digital editions.
The Co-op is meant to benefit students, but does it?
As only around 1000 books have been saved, it appears that well over 20,000 have been shredded.
Thousands of books and multimedia items are headed for the shredder as the University of Sydney Library embarks on a disposal process to free up space.
Sam Langford reports.
Ann Ding understands the art of creation.
Evelyn Araluen Corr investigates how ebook data could change the world of literature.
Anna Grummitt indulged her inner bookworm among the stacks of classics
Forcing the beat is contrived, writes John Gooding.