Author Melanie Saward reflects on the evolution of her first novel, ‘Burn’, and what happens when Indigenous kids are severed…
The forgotten history of Tasmania’s convict nurseries
Unearthing the tragic fates of hundreds of babies in the early 1800s.
To update or not to update, that is the question...
If Roald Dahl books are being altered to suit current sensibilities, what could that mean for today's writers in the…
How creative writing helps teens cope with COVID
Creative writing is therapeutic for teenagers, and also shows them new ways of supporting one another.
The many lost paths to a novel
When writing her latest novel, Jane Rawson was surprised by how mutable her story was, travelling through both time and…
Marketing books in the digital age
As she grows her publishing house from scratch, Terri-ann White offers advice on marketing books.
Publishing models for changed conditions
Which publishing models can thrive in these uneasy times? The answer might surprise.
Writers represent the arts’ fragility at Parliamentary Inquiry
At the first hearing at the Parliamentary Inquiry into the arts, three writers and a literary journal editor told of…