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BREAKING NEWS: Natasha Solomons to visit Oz!

Hodder has announced the exciting news that Natasha Solomons, author of the charming Mr Rosenblum's List, will visit Australian shores in late May as a guest of Sydney Hodder has announced the exciting news that Natasha Solomons, author of the charming Mr Rosenblum's List, will visit Australian shores in late May as a guest of Sydney Writers' Festival. Natasha answered our Ten ...

BREAKING NEWS: The Help to be made into a film.

Kathryn Stockett's best-selling novel The Help will be made into a film. The Help has been a publishing phenomenon, capturing the imaginations of, and delighting, millions Kathryn Stockett’s best-selling novel The Help will be made into a film. The Help has been a publishing phenomenon, capturing the imaginations of, and delighting, millions of readers. Already, more than 1.9 million ...

BREAKING NEWS: Atonement - The Opera!

Already an Oscar-winning film, Ian McEwan's novel Atonement is now to be turned into an opera. McEwan has called in the help of poet, Craig Raine, and composer ... ’s novel Atonement is now to be turned into an opera. ...

BREAKING NEWS: Author of Jasper Jones, Craig Silvey is…

... the SMH, Craig had this to say: "Well, the Cleo nomination ... ... the SMH, Craig had this to say: ”Well, the Cleo nomination ...

BREAKING NEWS: Ted Hughes to sit in Poets' Corner

A memorial to former Poet Laureate, Ted Hughes will be erected in Poet's Corner, Westminster Abbey. He will take his place besides the likes of William Shakespeare A memorial to former Poet Laureate, Ted Hughes will be erected in Poet’s Corner, Westminster Abbey. He will take his place besides the likes of William Shakespeare, Geoffrey Chaucer, William Blake and T S Eliot.

The Bard is Back: New Shakespearean First Folio discovered in Scotland

... library since 1896 and according to Smith, this copy previously belonged ... to Isaac Reed, an influential London ... ... library since 1896 and according to Smith, this copy previously belonged ... to Isaac Reed, an influential London ...