A novel about repatriation and dispossession, set in Australia and Sri Lanka, has been named the winner of Australia’s most prestigious literary prize.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard may be embroiled in a political thriller that would tax the creative juices of the most imaginative writer of genre fiction, but she hasn't taken her mind off the fortunes of Australia's literary culture.
Jane Leigh received a message from a family friend a few weeks ago - her mother in Singapore had liver cancer and wanted to see Leigh and her two children. ''I'm sorry,'' Leigh told the caller, ''but she is a stranger.''
Three books for women reviewed by Karen Hardy.
In her new novel, Kim Kelly tackles World War II through a lens of patriotism, reflection, history and romance.
There are plenty of physical and behavioural differences between the different versions of The Great Gatsby.
Karl Ove Knausgaard's autobiographical fictions aspire to meet our gaze.
Author Garth Nix talks about his favourite books.
Does the mere title of this strange memoir raise buried hackles?
A truce for Penguin and Albanese; honours for Cap'n Bob; a taste of the writers festival; John Green's say; Orwell sales surge; and a Quarterly anniversary.
Nearly one-third of building work to upgrade Wyangala Dam is complete despite rain falling at the site in ...
Two guest speakers at Rotary share their experiences - one, Bob Stevens, tells of his experiences passing through ...
Twenty-six students graduated with a Certificate III in Aged Care this week
Cowra Tourism is making clear what it can and does deliver to current members and those contemplating membership.
Cowra police officers report on the latest incidents and issues they are investigating. Can you help solve the ...