American publishing's wunderkind, proto-hipster author, editor, publisher and philanthropist Dave Eggers believes rumours of the printed word's demise are greatly exaggerated.
Television newsman Anderson Cooper is taking a somewhat unusual career turn - into a comic book star.
For author Miriam Sved, football is a game of many angles.
Random House has pulled the best selling anti-corruption expose He Who Must Be Obeid from bookstores after instance of mistaken identity
After 25 children's books, Andrew Daddo reflects on humour, imagination and why the scary teachers are the best ones, writes Patrick Begley.
The horrific death of three young brothers shocked the nation and put their father in the dock. Helen Garner watched the case unfold.
Anna George has worked as a lawyer and in film and TV. She studied professional writing and editing, and has written film scripts. Her debut novel, What Came Before (Viking), is a literary thriller about a couple facing the end of an abusive marriage.
The spiffy new Library at the Dock in the Docklands is a fitting venue to photograph the newly appointed, inaugural director of the Melbourne UNESCO City of Literature office. The modern, well-appointed building is another feather in the cap of our already highly decorated town - in terms of bookish attractions - and is testament to the cultural precedence of literature in Melbourne.
From writing teacher to novelist; NSW history awards; vote for the best book cover.