Literary news and events in Canberra.
Geoff Page The poetic trajectory of Lynn Hard, the American expatriate who has lived in Australian now for more than 30 thirty years, is a strange one.
Frank O'Shea Annabel Abbs' book is best read as an examination of slow descent into insanity.
Linda Morris A collaboration between writer James Roy and refugee advocate Noel Zihabamwe has led to friendship and a prestigious book award.
Jason Steger Unlike some previous winners of the Patrick White Award for Australian writers who have not received their due recognition, several of Carmel Bird's books are still in print.
Karl Quinn Academic and author Carolyne Larrington has a fair idea of how the blood-and-guts fantasy will wrap things up.
Susan Wyndham A wide spectrum of authors - in age, gender, politics and style - is represented on the shortlists for the 2016 Prime Minister's Literary Awards, announced on Monday.
Jason Steger Mark Brandi's unpublished manuscript has won a gong at the British crime-writing awards but he wasn't sure it was actually a crime novel.
Susan Wyndham The author hopes she won't regret the risk she took in writing her latest memoir.
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