Nick Earl's approachable prose and his knack for the comedy of embarrassment belie his willingness to dig deep into contemporary malaise.
Best-selling romance author Fiona McArthur picks titles by Mary Durack, Diana Gabaldon, Jennifer Worth and Georgette Heyer.
Julia Gillard on tour; Peter Carey's brush with Julian Assange; Sydney Writers' Festival funding; Cats v dogs
Jeff Popple reviews three thrillers that made the grade.
The crime writer believes women understand the mechanics of fear because they're brought up being told the world is a dangerous place.
Forty years after the death of Agatha Christie, Hercule Poirot gets a new case to solve.
This is written, logically enough, in a similarly edgy, off-beat but not off-key manner to Out of the Line of Fire.
Tobias Hill's new work prompts again the question of whether good poets can write good novels.
Economics is everywhere, and it's fun, according to MP Andrew Leigh, writes Stephen Saunders.
POLICE are hunting two men following a fatal stabbing in the Port Macquarie CBD in the early hours ...
UPDATE: Family issues statement as police vow the search for missing William Tyrell will continue until he's found.
Think you know the most beautiful spot in the Hastings? Snap it so we can #DiscoverTheHastings
Wauchope Public dressed for the occasion at their Book week parade.