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Northern Territory authors discuss the works that made the grade for the Chief Minister's inaugural Book of the Year award.
The inaugural Territory Read-NT Book of the Year winner for 2009 is Andrew McMillan’s ‘An Intruder’s Guide to East Arnhem Land’.
Entries from Australian writers are invited to the 2009 Prime Minister's Literary Awards for fiction and non-fiction books.
Why is it that so many of the world's greatest works of literature are love stories?
The AWGIE Awards are the Australian Writers' Guild (AWG) annual awards for excellence in screen, stage, radio and new media writing.
The average wage for a freelance writer in Britain is less than the pay of a supermarket worker. The reality in 2009 is a good deal bleaker.
Even famed Canadian writers can end up impoverished. A new benefits program seeks to change that.
Retired engineer Alan Bradley submitted 15 pages to a British competition, won the prize and sparked a lucrative bidding war for his six-book murder-mystery series.
Hugh Leonard, the prolific Irish playwright, memoirist, travel writer and dyspeptic newspaper columnist whose autobiographical play “Da” won four Tony Awards in 1978, including best play, died Thursday in Dublin.
Australian book publishers have welcomed the decision by the Australian Booksellers Association (ABA) to support territorial copyright for books.
The short list for the inaugural Territory Read Literature Award has recently been announced. Territory Read celebrates the finest accomplishments in contemporary Northern Territory literature.
The final works of John Updike, who died in January at the age of 76, will be published later this year.
"One of the subtler pleasures of the movie Milk is its vivid portrayal of those small rooms where the conspirators of the gay liberation movement first came together. Sadly, one of those sanctums, the Oscar Wilde Bookshop, announced it was closing last week, after 42 years. As it happens, the place has a direct link to the film: Its founder, Craig Rodwell, was an early boyfriend of Harvey Milk, at
TIM Winton has weighed into the debate over how books are sold in Australia, warning the federal Government that revoking existing copyright protections would return Australian publishing to a "colonial branch office mentality", shattering the confidence of emerging writers and sparking job losses across the industry.
More than 10,000 works in Yiddish - perhaps more than half of all that was ever published in the language - are now accessible online as part of a joint project between the National Yiddish Book Center, based in Amherst, Mass., and the Internet Archive in San Francisco.
Twenty years on, it has become commonplace to assume that the fatwa and the climate of offence that took hold in its wake has narrowed minds and tied tongues. How far has the fall-out from the fatwa chilled the literary muse in Britain?
Does the average newspaper reader even skim – much less read – a review of the latest production from a small theater company she’s never heard of and has no intention of seeing? Probably not.
Film based on memoir of the author is announced, but no casting decisions yet made.
Knut Hamsun, the Nobel prize-winning Norwegian author who fell from grace for supporting the Nazi occupation of Norway, is to be put on a commemorative coin by his homeland's central bank.
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