Richard Flanagan: Malcolm Turnbull Wants To Destroy Australian Literature
Be under no illusion
Is Curation A Cure Or Culprit?
Michael Bhaskar on 'Super-Abundance'
E-books Continue To Be A Source Of Bitter Controversy
E-books are game-changers, but not in the way we all thought they would be
An Abridged Da Vinci Code Implies Teens Need Simple Books – They Don't
Penguin's plan seems both pointless and patronising
The True Cost Of Bargain Books
A Penny for Your Thoughts
The Da Vinci Code Rewritten For YA Readers? Please Spare Them
Is it possible to dumb down Dan Brown's blockbuster?
When Online Book Culture Was Run Mostly By Enthusiasts And Amateurs
The books community that Bookslut joined was driven by enthusiasm not clicks, goodwill and not money – and that culture has gone
The British Book Industry Awards: All Must Have Prizes
A long night of applauding and guzzling – and prizes for everyone
Print Books Are Back
The e-book novelty has worn off
Why Distributors Are Book Publishing's New Gatekeepers
The argument for gatekeepers is that they set a high bar
Egyptian Writer Ahmed Naji's Crime Isn't What He Wrote – It Is That He Is Alive
Today, Naji is on day 86 of a two-year prison sentence
Kindles Vs. The Elderly
Kindles lack all-bold capability—needed by so many older users
Poetry Is A Perfect Form To Challenge Human Rights Abuses
The poetry of witness has long compensated for censored or corrupted news media
Amazon's Kindle Oasis May Be The Best E-Reader Ever...
... but here's how it could have been better
Flooding Australia With Imported Books Would Be An Assault On Our Literary Culture
A broadside against copyright
Colouring Books For Adults Prove How Infantile We've Become
Our culture no longer offers any models of adulthood that are remotely appealing
HarperCollins inexplicably turns to Bookshout to offer ebook downloads
About as appealing as reading ebooks on an Etch-a-Sketch
When Authors' Prejudices Ruin Their Books
Where do you draw the line when you return to tainted classics?
Without XML You're Leaving Money On The Table
XML can help publishers evade digital disruptions before it's too late
The Looming Threat To The Australian Book Industry
Bad for authors, publishers ... but mostly bad for you
It's Time To Breath New Life Into The Literary Lecture
Bring out the Great Gatsby gin and jazz
Watership Down Without The Claws? You Shouldn't Have Bothered
The original was traumatic, but recycled, sanitised remakes of screen classics smack of too much fear
Copyright Chaos: Why Isn't Anne Frank's Diary Free Now?
EU's long and fragmented copyright terms are unfit for the digital world
Are Authors Really Losing Out in the Kindle Unlimited Pay-Per-Page Scam
Or Is It Amazon?
PRH HRD: Degrees are a lazy sifting tool
Penguin Random House this year joined a select group of employers to remove the requirement for a degree for new roles