Linda Morris Some you win, some you lose, says the chairman of Allen & Unwin on that fickle business called book publishing.
Linda Morris George Gittoes discovers an unlikely muse in a new exhibition of work from Afghanistan
Linda Morris Disgruntled fans have walked out on the stand-up comedian Carl Barron after claiming they had been misled and used as extras on Barron's debut feature film.
Linda Morris A unique Australian translation of Moliere's Tartuffe will have its Sydney premiere this month when Bell Shakespeare Company stages the French farce for the first time.
Linda Morris Nick Earls first found readers writing about the angst of single-men. Now the Brisbane novelist returns to his roots to skewer the male middle-age crisis.
Linda Morris Amazon seems to be testing an all-you-can-read digital library - and Australian booksellers are far from happy.
Linda Morris Publishing house announces support for Australian writers in memory of their chief executive Matt Richell.
Linda Morris Woodblock print artist David Frazer uses the lyrics of Paul Kelly to create a limited edition handmade artist book.
Linda Morris and Jason Steger London-based Evie Wyld has won the prestigious Miles Franklin Literary Award for her second novel, All the Birds, Singing.
Linda Morris A parent's presence is as vital to the development of a teenage boys as words.
Linda Morris Salvatore Zofrea is aiming not only for the Archibald Prize with his portrait of Gladys Berejiklian but is entering the Wynne and Sulman Prizes too.
Linda Morris It was 50 years ago this year that Tom Keneally published his first novel.
The Last Impresario
Linda Morris She's the lesser-known daughter of a famous performing family, but with her documentary portrait of fabled English showman Michael White, Gracie Otto is at last making a name for herself.
Linda Morris Sometime London actress Jessie Burton follows Australia's Hannah Kent into the realms of best-selling historical fiction.
Linda Morris With sales of the erotic trilogy Fifty Shades of Grey topping 100 million worldwide, the deal that made its English author E.L.
Linda Morris The author of The Imperfectionists has an ambitious new novel set across three periods of history.
Linda Morris ''They say he ran so fast the ground gasped and forgot to leave footprints.They lost him in the fields but the story never left memory.'' Inua Ellams from The 14th Tale.
Linda Morris Eighteen years ago, The Sydney Morning Herald began naming Australia’s promising young novelists aged up to 35 with the intention of showcasing writers with a clear, original voice and an...
Linda Morris There is something about elephants that reminds the children's writer Ursula Dubosarsky of the emotional roller-coaster of childhood.
Linda Morris There is something about elephants that reminds the children's writer Ursula Dubosarsky of the emotional rollercoaster of childhood.