A new book on Pro Hart is set to continue the debate - pop culture icon or true Australian artist?
Colin Steele delves into the fantasy genre with three book reviews.
A comprehensive guide of what is happening in Canberra's literary scene.
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Tim Young reveals how an Australian delegation scored an unlikely coup, convincing France to bring one of its greatest literary treasures to Melbourne.
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Amazon seems to be testing an all-you-can-read digital library - and Australian booksellers are far from happy.
The American billionaire, philanthropist and former Microsoft boss Bill Gates has given a priceless endorsement to The Rosie Project, the best-selling debut novel by Australian author and former data modeller Graeme Simsion.
There are South African writers who left, such as J.M. Coetzee, who moved to Australia in 2002; and those who stayed, including Nadine Gordimer.
Nadine Gordimer, the South African writer whose literary ambitions led her into the heart of apartheid to create a body of fiction that brought her a Nobel Prize in 1991, has died in Johannesburg at the age of 90.