What does the opening chapter of Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman tell us about what’s to come? Image: anyjazz65
The most anticipated book release in 55 years, Harper Lee's Go Set A Watchman, her first novel and forerunner of To Kill a Mockingbird, is on the shelves. Lynda Hawryluk explores its origins.
The art of reviewing offers many pleasures for the adventurous genre-crossing writer, says SCU lecturer and author Dr Moya Costello.
Humans respond to cute. But why can cuteness elicit a strange mix of care-giving and aggression?
Laneway dining chic is found in excellent execution in Lismore, writes Moya Costello.
Until recently, the media weren’t interested in reporting domestic violence. Why?
Despite its lack of Australianess, David Malouf's An Imaginary Life should be considered a great Australian novel, writes Dallas J Baker.