Book-related news and events in the national capital.
Linda Morris Michaela McGuire's appearance at the Sydney Writers' Festival in 2014 didn't go quite to plan.
Linda Morris Literature is solace, and the festival line-up is out to prove it.
Rob Moran As far as scapegoats go, "diversity" is a convenient one.
Linda Morris Author Pamela Hart focuses on how being caught up in a world-changing event affects an individual.
Linda Morris Michael Sala's second book is a slow-burning work that moves with troubling intensity and sensitivity to give an insider's account of a violent marriage.
Carolyn Webb Forget thanks: Couple donating $3 million to State Library redevelopment just want to sing the library's praises.
Linda Morris It's taken three years and a Pulitzer Prize for fiction to find a place in Australian readers' hearts but finally Anthony Doerr's All the Light We Cannot See has been voted the best book of all time.
Ron Cerabona Literary news and events in Canberra.
Linda Morris Jane Harper's initial hopes for The Dry, a page-turning murder-mystery set in drought-stricken rural Australia, were modest enough. Firstly, it was to finish the manuscript she had started, then it was to get published and onto book shelves.