Does the Australia that nurtured the talent of Richard Flanagan still exist? Writer and cultural strategist Julianne Schultz fears that the country has changed for the worse, reports Chris Wallace.
Author Peter Carey may have lived in the United States for the past 25 years, but he still considers himself an Australian writer.
After months of anxiety about the fate of the Prime Minister's Literary Awards, the shortlists were released quietly on Sunday afternoon with the promise that the winners of the $600,000 shared prizemoney - Australia's largest pot - will be named before the end of the year.
A quick guide to one of the world's richest and most prestigious literary prizes.
Within minutes of being named winner of the Man Booker Prize in London on Wednesday, Richard Flanagan was asked to comment on the Australian government's environmental and energy policies and told the BBC he was "ashamed to be Australian when you bring this up".
A round-up of local and international news in the book world.
The Braidwood author tells of his youthful experiences, life’s dreams and achievements and the birth of Finlay Lloyd.
Catch up on the latest in crime literature with Jeff Popple.
Tales of glory and dashed dreams on the sportsfield may be the key to get children wary of books to take up reading, writes Karen Hardy.
A rundown of upcoming book launches and other literary attractions.
It was another day in court that Springwood dad Peter Frazer didn't need. Last week a panel of ...