Harper Collins says it is planning a first printing of two million copies of Go Set A Watchman.
Sally Pryor When Gordon Peake first arrived in East Timor for a short research trip in 2007, he was instantly captivated by the complex and energetic country. His resulting book struck exactly the right chord with readers and reviewers alike, and has been named ACT Book of the Year.
Christine Cremen The character of Marguerite Carter is a pioneer and also an idealist.
Michael Koziol Born into a family of writers, Jessica Cornwell never wanted to become an author - until her fascination with medieval mythology gave rise to an ambitious debut novel.
Peter Twohig was a rock musician, public servant, management consultant and naturopath before turning to full-time writing. His first novel, The Cartographer, won the Ned Kelly Award.
Colin Steele Colin Steele reviews three latest offerings from the science fiction genre.
Susan Wyndham MIchael Leunig draws for Peter Carey; a new Sherlock Holmes story; novelists on favourite Australian classics.
Ron Cerabona Tim the Yowie Man is launching of his latest book, In the Spirit of Banjo, at Smiths Alternative.
Reviewer: Sasha Grishin One achievement of this is that it presents a broader picture of the Allied war effort, as seen through the eyes of its artists.
Reviewer: Colin Steele Set mostly in Barcelona and Mallorca, this has been publicised as a "literary Da Vinci Code".