Harper Collins says it is planning a first printing of two million copies of Go Set A Watchman.
Susan Wyndham Julia Gillard drew a massive crowd when she appeared at Adelaide Writers' Week
Anna Creer Award-winning Norwegian foreign correspondent, Asne Seierstad looks at Anders Breivik and the Norway massacre.
Reviewer: Robert Willson A new book on World War I offers a fascinating insight into issues raised by the conflict that we are still trying to resolve a century later.
Ron Cerabona Jugiong is this week holding its first annual Writers Festival. Catering to all writing experience levels, a wide range of activities will be on offer.
Reviewer: Geoff Page Bel Schenk's interrelated verse novellas have much to tell about urban loneliness and how it is managed by its sufferers.
Reviewer: Peter Pierce See How Small is a novel of accomplishment that is no less serious and troubling for its lack of rhetorical flourish.
Bhakthi Puvanenthiran If feminism is a religion, then Roxane Gay is its freshest, funniest prophet and she's bringing her fierce intellect to our shores.
Sally Pryor When Gordon Peake first arrived in East Timor for a short research trip in 2007, he was instantly captivated by the complex and energetic country. His resulting book struck exactly the right chord with readers and reviewers alike, and has been named ACT Book of the Year.
Michael Koziol Born into a family of writers, Jessica Cornwell never wanted to become an author - until her fascination with medieval mythology gave rise to an ambitious debut novel.