NON-FICTION: An exhilarating collection of non-fiction from the bestselling, double Booker Prize-winning phenomenon that is Margaret Atwood.
LITERATURE: Reflections on reading and writing from the author of My Brilliant Friend.
LITERARY STUDIES: Colm Tóibín captures the profound personal conflict of the very public life of Thomas Mann, and through this life creates an intimate portrait of the twentieth century.
The world's best spoken word artists converge online for Story Week 2020 and bring to you an electrifying line-up of literary talent.
Writers' Week Director Jo Dyer talks to Glam Adelaide about this year's line up of speakers and events.
A shipwrecked man finds himself on a strange island where a mysterious doctor and his assistant have been creating a race of man-animal hybrids.
Essays on migration & people movement, focussing on increased global interest in an interdisciplinary exchange across a range of intellectual & artistic spheres.
Our Editor for Books picks his Top 10 audiobooks for the year & his Top 3 audiobook narrators. Enjoy the recommendations, regardless of whether you prefer reading or listening!
It’s been a mammoth year of celebrations for Jimmy Barnes commencing with the induction of Cold Chisel last year into the SA Music Hall Of Fame, a recent 35 year wedding Anniversary to his devoted wife Jane, his 60th Birthday, and the newest album release in the Barnes repertoire ‘Soul Searchin’, which debuted at #1. […]
Changes to territorial copyright proposed by the Productivity Commission are based on pre-2009 data and may signal the end of Australian literature & industry jobs.
A story from the twitchy edges of children’s literature - a dark world reminiscent of Coraline and Pan’s Labyrinth.
Adelaide musician/performer Michael Griffiths is continuing to make waves on the world stage as he impresses at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival...
Following the success of inaugural out-of-season events in 2014 including conversations with Annabel Crabbe and Julia Gillard the first three writers for 2015 have been confirmed.
The third annual Adelaide Writers’ Week will take place from Saturday 28 February to Thursday 5 March with six days of conversation and debate set in the beautiful Pioneer Women’s Memorial Garden.
Sonia St Claire has an important and interesting story to tell. Unfortunately, it is difficult to find it in her newly published memoir “The Girl in the Locker”. Sonia and her twin sister, Sarah, spent the first 14 years of their lives in various orphanages around Sydney, in the fifties and sixties
Ten authors across the country have shared in the $167,500 prize purse and the prestige attached to the Adelaide-based celebration of Australian literature.
With nominations up by almost 100 this year, the shortlists for the 2010 Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature are now hot off the press.