Linda Morris Walking into Margaret Olley's home in Paddington was like stepping into one of her still-life paintings. Every surface was cluttered with bric-a-brac.
Linda Morris Kasper Holten was 13 when he fell for Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin. He was sitting in the stalls of Copenhagen's Tivoli Concert Hall, in the seats right behind the conductor.
Linda Morris A life-long love affair with a Russian tale blooms into a lavish production, writes Linda Morris.
Linda Morris The sight of six drag queens in thigh-high black leather on board HMAS Vampire has done nothing to dampen speculation Cher will join her transgender son, Chaz Bono, for Sydney's Mardi Gras...
Linda Morris The five surviving members of INXS have traced the mental decline of Michael Hutchence to a vicious attack on the frontman five years before his lonely death in a Sydney hotel.
Linda Morris An unlikely career opportunity came as something of a surprise for an ex-cop.
Linda Morris Matthew Reilly's ardency for adrenalin-pumping action thrillers began as an early library reader and, now that Reilly himself is a bestseller, his readers are returning the favour.
Linda Morris It is the strangest of literary comebacks: a forgotten novel of the past century that has become an unlikely world bestseller 48 years after it was published and subsequently fell out of print.
Linda Morris, Lauren Ziegler Forgotten novel becomes unlikely world bestseller 48 years after it was published.
Linda Morris Outback serial killer Mick Taylor is to return to movie screens in a sequel of the blood-soaked Australian cult horror film Wolf Creek.
Linda Morris Science fiction writer Max Barry cannot decide what is more exciting: to be named in Time magazine's 10 best fiction books of 2013 or to appear in a praiseworthy retweet by the masterful storyteller...
Linda Morris The creators of Redfern Now plan to bring Frank Moorhouse's remarkable heroine, Edith Campbell Berry, to the small screen.
Linda Morris An Australian publisher has acquired the global rights to bring the lives and loves of the American daytime TV drama from small screen to the page.
Linda Morris The writers George Orwell and Ray Bradbury imagined a future of totalitarian censorship. HG Wells wrote of a World Brain centralising all known knowledge while Margaret Atwood foresaw state control...
Linda Morris The back of John Marsden's first book in seven years warns: ''This book is not a fantasy. It contains no superheroes, wizards, dragons, time-travel, aliens or magic.''
Linda Morris The single-biggest mistake writing sex in literary fiction is overblown metaphors and simile.
Linda Morris The Sydney publisher who ''discovered'' Fifty Shades of Grey finds e-book success with an oddly named story about a sassy teen heroine and a werewolf.
Linda Morris The second film of The Hunger Games franchise has made a bumper start to its Australian cinema run and is set to repeat, if not exceed, the box office takings of the first film.
Linda Morris Royal portraits are rarely flattering and most often deeply divisive.
Linda Morris Former Neighbours' actor Kym Valentine has settled her lawsuit against the producers of the long-running television soap.