Sarah McDuling reviews See What I Have Done | Signed copies available for a limited time. Read more
The Hate Race is not a book that everyone will love, but I’m proud of the impact it’s had, and the conversations it’s started: Stella Prize shortlistee, Maxine Beneba Clarke, on The Hate Race.
Maxine shares her thoughts about the process of memoir writing, the pull of the poetic form, and what it’s really like to write while female. Read more
The ABIAs celebrate Australian stories and the astounding talent in the Australian publishing industry. Read more
Kate Forsyth, author of The Beast's Garden, reviews the books she read in January and February 2017. Read more
Meagan Spooner: I knew Beauty and the Beast was the tale I most wanted to explore, back even then, at the tender age of ten-ish.
Megan Spooner chats about her latest book, Hunted, a retelling of Beauty and the Beast. Read more
Life was a surreal wonderland for an hour or two, then I realized I had to actually do the work! Levi Pinfold on illustrating the 20th Anniversary Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone Editions
Levi Pinfold talks about illustrating the 20th Anniversary Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone Editions. Read more
Joy Rhoades: The idea for The Woolgrower’s Companion came to me out of the times and experiences of my grandmother on my father’s side.
Joy Rhoades answers the Ten Terrifying Questions. Read more
The 12 longlisted Stella Prize recipients were announced last night in Sydney. Read more