The majority of Australians live in close proximity to the coast, but Deb Hunt's new book gives an insight into the lives of remote farming families.
Michael Idato Harper Collins says it is planning a first printing of two million copies of Go Set A Watchman.
Jason Steger Opening the Melbourne Agency; Kausgaard has more in store; like detective, like creator; and farewell to some Kindles.
Susan Wyndham Meet the elusive Elizabeth Harrower; Harry Potter illustrated; India with Claire Scobie
Jason Steger Les Murray considers the influence of his home on his poetry and reflects on a year that has seen him publish two books.
Anne Susskind Leah Kaminsky's Dina stares at the carobs, pine trees and bulbul birds of Haifa, but part of her sees the Australian magpies and lorikeets in the wattle trees. Very much a migrant experience, except most migrants seek out a better life and safety. She has to push aside her fears of bomb scares and more.
Ron Cerabona Literary news from in and around Canberra.
Staff correspondent When C.J. Dennis's The Songs of the Sentimental Bloke was published on this day in October 1915, it became a phenomenon, spawning three sequels and a host of stage and film adaptations. Here we revisit the Herald's review of the Australian classic
Amy Remeikis Former premier to launch memoir at Tattersall's club.
jason Steger Most authors have to supplement their income from their writing in order to survive, a new report has found.