Todd Noy was said to be a Pulitzer Prize-winning author and a towering figure in the online fan-fiction community. His books were delivered around the world. But he may have never existed.
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.
We have a growing appetite for investigative true crime podcasts. But why are we so obsessed with them — and is it helping us develop a deeper understanding of the justice system?
Are cases of infanticide as monstrous, as open-and-shut, as our instincts would have us believe? Often, says one author, there's more to the story.
Women have always been central to true crime stories: as victims, perpetrators, readers, and (increasingly) as tellers of these tales.
Crime writer Ian Rankin talks to Lateline about the enduring appeal of his maverick detective John Rebus and the darker side of the Scottish capital, Edinburgh.