Author Clive Hamilton launches a Chinese-language edition of his controversial book Silent Invasion to coincide with the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, in a move likely to infuriate the Chinese Government.
Women are having fewer children on average, but — as journalist Tory Shepherd knows all too well — that doesn't stop the notion that they are "missing something" if they opt out of motherhood.
Todd and Jeff were unsatisfied with their inner-city life, so they bought a farm, with dreams of becoming the next Maggie Beer. They just didn't count on the challenges ahead.
The award caps off a 12 month whirlwind of sales and success for Trent Dalton, whose semi-autobiographical novel has stage and film adaptation in the works.
MORNING BRIEFING: It's good news for buyers as the Harbour City's house prices fall to their lowest in two decades, while a fire in Wagga Wagga at a building just sold to developers is treated as suspicious.
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".