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THE HINDU: He calls himself a ‘multinational soul in a multinational globe’ who likes writing about the global life of individuals who are piecing together disparate worlds. Excerpts from a conversation with Pico Iyer…
THE MOSCOW TIMES: Composer Michael Nyman and film director Stephen Frears are among the guests flying in for the AngloMoskva festival in Moscow from May 1 to 3.
THE MOSCOW TIMES: Wladimir's letter appeared on the receptionist's desk, where the letters to nowhere go.
Last year’s hugely successful nonfiction writers’ festival, Reality Bites, returns to the Sunshine Coast as a season of literary events spread over the coming winter months.
THE ABC ONLINE:Dymocks has defended its role in leading calls for a free market-based approach to selling books in Australia.
A major new report shows the CREATIIVE INDUSTRIES are a larger contributor to the Central West economy than Mount Panorama, the region’s largest tourist attraction.
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This week marks the 10th anniversary of the opening of the Search Room at the State Records Office to the people of WA to explore their stories.
Australia’s only Contemporary Fiction Festival opens its arms to popular genre writers and exciting new media practitioners as well as award-winning literary authors on Sunday April 5 at the NSW Writers’ Centre, co-presented by the UTS Centre for New Writing.
THE TIMES ONLINE: If Claire Harman's pleasingly unstuffy chronicle of Jane Austen's reputation tells us anything it is that the “Lady”, as she titled herself, who wrote Pride and Prejudice has come an awfully long way since 1813.
THE GUARDIAN: It is regularly voted one of the best books of all time, a timeless piece of satire which has never gone out of print in the 64 years since it was first published. But when George Orwell sent Animal Farm to TS Eliot for consideration, the poet - then a director of Faber and Faber - rejected it as "unconvincing".
THE AGE: Suzy Freeman-Greene puts pen to paper on the endangered art of handwriting.
ASA responds to Productivity Commission interim report on restrictions on parallel importation of books.
The Australian Script Centre will celebrate its 30th anniversary with the launch of a national poll to find the Best Loved Australian Play in association with ABC Radio National.
In its short life the Calibre Prize has fast become the country’s premier essay prize, as well as one of the most lucrative essay prizes in the world.
The Northern Territory Library is joining Global Libraries’ representatives from Botswana, Bulgaria, Latvia, Lithuania, Mexico, Poland, Romania, the Ukraine and Vietnam in a Peer Learning Meeting held by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in Mexico.
According to the Australian Society of Authors, the charge to overturn the parallel importation provisions of Australia’s Copyright Act has been led by bookseller Dymocks.
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: The media's "right to know campaign" has taken a hit after The Sunday Telegraph wrongly published nude photos claiming they were of Pauline Hanson, News Ltd chief John Hartigan admits.
THE AUSTRALIAN: Son of the poets Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath has taken his own life, 46 years after his mother gassed herself while he slept.
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