This unique event will take you inside – literally inside – one of our Australia’s biggest and brightest publishing houses, Hachette Australia.
The literary festival is a form by which we communicate to an audience, and gather together like-minded people. What we do with that form is entirely up to us. It is vital that programmers consider deeply the context in which we live, play, read and...
Share with us your favourite Australian debut book and you could win one of three copies of Ruth Clare's debut 'Enemy', a daughter's story of how her father brought the Vietnam war home.
Do you live in regional Victoria and would like to be a part of the Emerging Writers’ Festival 2016? Is there an exciting literary element in your home town that you would like to share to a national and international audience?
We are devastated for our peers within the literary community who have received the news this week that they have been unsuccessful in their applications for renewal of their funding from the Australia Council.
Bri Lee talks with EWF about her exchange with the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival.
"A very wise person suggested I think of the manuscript as a kind of building or home renovation project."We checked in with Sally Abbott about her forthcoming novel 'Closing Down.'
We spoke with Fiona Wright, author of Small Acts of Disappearance (shortlisted for this year’s Stella Prize), ahead of Between The Covers on March 23.