Micheline Lee spent seven years inside the charismatic church praying for a miracle.
Karen Hardy Karen Hardy's reluctant reader gives high praise for Alan Brough's new book, Charlie and the War Against the Grannies.
Anna Creer Fiction. Three for a Sunday
Jason Steger Temper flares and the police are called at the Williamstown Literary Festival.
T.H. Seal ARAB AND JEW: WOUNDED SPIRITS IN A PROMISED LAND by David Shipler. Broadway Books. . $39.95
Michelle Wyatt is a TV producer who lives in Melbourne. Her memoir Not Right in the Head (Allen & Unwin) is a funny and moving account of her family's experience of caring for her mother after she developed Alzheimer's.
Susan Wyndham How to shoot a bestseller; war prizes; writers' festival for foodies
Linda Morris A halving of the number of Australian books published each year was "not out of the question" were the Federal Government to open the book market to foreign imports, according to HarperCollins.
Linda Morris Roald Dahl's Matilda may have her own stage show but Australian author Jacqueline Harvey's Alice-Miranda character has snaffled her first animated international television series.
Ron Cerabona Literary news and events
Your morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond.
Over two glittering evenings, 31 debutantes and their partners attended the Eden Combined Churches Debutantes Ball.
Bermagui-Cobargo has been stripped of four competition points and fined $500 by Group 16 for playing Blake Robinson ...
Government's Restoration and Rehabilitation grant helps secure revitalisation of traditional Aboriginal foods on Bundian Way