From hunting rare first editions to seeking novels you don't even like, the life of a passionate book collector can be both a blessing and a curse.
On the shelf this week: Someone, Yours Truly, and The Naughtiest Reindeer.
Colin Steele delves into the world of three fantasy titles for holiday reading.
Dan Crowe was a little smug about his idea of asking living authors to 'interview' their dead icons.
Tale of a thundering herd of American bison still resonates, writes Robert Willson.
The social researcher explains his itch to write fiction.
Marc Mcevoy meets Hugh Mackay, an author preoccupied with the idea of goodness.
Gripping and readable as any crime novel, but it is all factual and based on remarkable research.
Jesmyn Ward's remarkable memoir is also an elegy for five young men.
Jeff Popple rounds up some of the best crime fiction, courtroom dramas and action novels of the year.
Looking back on what made headlines this year, saw a region wrestling with its identity, taking a battering ...
Police were yesterday investigating a woman who rammed another car after a minor crash at Warilla, injuring the ...