Former Sydney Writers' Festival director Caro Llewellyn's career was threatened when she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis — now, she's written a memoir.
We find ourselves in a "watershed moment in cultural history" says writer and comedian Ben Elton — and some past glories will never be recreated.
An independent Brisbane comic store hoped to promote local artists but four years on the business is buried in debt — the latest in a string of comic shops across the country to close their doors as a "tsunami of digital disruption" makes survival difficult.
August Ames found herself the target of a Twitter storm. A day later, she was dead. But there's more to this story than "cyber-bullying".
How working as a cleaner motivated Markus Zusak and what Liane Moriarty learnt from writing advertising copy: these bestselling Australian authors told Jane Hutcheon what they know about success.
In the age of Netflix, social media and video games, it can be hard to get teenagers to switch off the screen and pick up a book instead. Hard — but not impossible.
Tom Cruise won't appear in any more Jack Reacher films, which will instead be "rebooted" as a TV adaption of the book series with an actor that appeals more to fans, author Lee Child says.
For decades, photographer Warren Kirk has been working to preserve something he says is dying: old-fashioned Australian suburbia, with its relics like the outdoor tyre swan.
An article on ABC News suggests that to avoid linguistic catastrophes cased by apostrophes we should just stop using them. However, the correct use of this most special member of our alphabet avoids much confusion. And besides, it's not that hard, writes Roslyn Petelin.