March

You might be happily parked in front of your air conditioner today, but when this heatwave breaks we’ll all be looking to get back out on the town. Get ready for an exciting month of diverse literary and cultural events – we’ve got a bus tour, book...

Emma Noble on selling your book

Emma Noble is the director of Noble Words Communications and Book Publicity, which has offices in Sydney and Melbourne. She has more than 15 years of experience in promoting writers of fiction and non-fiction in the UK and in Australia. Noble Words’ regular...

The Astrologer’s Daughter by Rebecca Lim

The Astrologer’s Daughter makes you care about the protagonist from the get go. Avicenna Crowe is a teenager who has seen her fair share of tragedy. The book opens with her mother, Joanne, missing. Joanne is an astrologer who takes great pride on her work and who is...

Visitants by Randolph Stow

“But the people in the stars have found out what happened to the cargo they meant for Kailuana. We know that the Dimdims stole it. We are very angry. “That is why we have told you to burn Olumata and Obomatu. You do not need those houses. You will have houses with...

Linda Nix on getting your manuscript published

Linda Nix has twenty years of experience in the publishing industry, having worked for large and small professional and non-fiction publishers in production, editing, commissioning and marketing roles. Since going freelance in 2010, she has worked with trade...