Harper Collins says it is planning a first printing of two million copies of Go Set A Watchman.
Marina Williams Kim Kelly draws inspiration from Australia’s past to write about love, courage and justice.
Susan Wyndham Writing competition for high-school students, a job for the literary-minded, and design credit for Tara Moss.
Peter Fitzsimons Charles Bean was so close to the action at Gallipoli that his reports from there and other battlefields have remained the most accurate.
Marc McEvoy Malcolm Knox's much admired fiction is characterised by his investigation of the secret lives of his characters.
Ron Cerabona What's on the world of books in Canberra this week.
Reviewer: Frank O'Shea Here are three very different books on the bugs we live with, the science in our lives and our Australian language.
Ross Southernwood Novels about the Cold War – often espionage works – have a long pedigree.
The author on her greatest reads.
Susan Wyndham, Literary editor The powerful return of two long-silent novelists is celebrated in the shortlists for the NSW Premier's Literary Awards, announced on Friday.