Ali Cobby Eckermann, a Nunga poet, is the second Aboriginal writer to win the top prize in the NSW Premier's Literary Awards, in consecutive years.
Anna Goldsworthy's second autobiographical work is an account of the pains and pleasures of parenthood.
This British husband and wife team feels there's a better way to communicate with younger readers.
Emerging Writers' Festival director Sam Twyford-Moore talks about his favourite books.
Sussex-based author Kate Mosse leads something of a double life in the Pyrenees while penning her historical fiction, Linda Morris writes.
Anne Summers believes that despite recent milestones, women's voyage of empowerment continues.
A British mother, wife and book editor found the material and momentum for her best-selling fiction in south-western France.
Much of the book involves debunking myths that cling to popular ideas about death.
A creative awakening is brilliantly rendered in this suspenseful tale.
This is very much a book of interiors, both literal and metaphoric.
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