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Kate Winslett will play opposite Judy Davis in a big-budget film of 'The Dressmaker' to begin shooting early next year.
The National Geographic has announced the winners of its 2013 Photo Competition.
A global search for lighting designs that will contribute to Sydney’s famous light festival has commenced.
Selling screen rights has long been a holy grail for authors but 'The Turning' turns the genre crossing around.
An old photo of artist Damien Hirst holding a recently dead man’s head has offended two archaeologists from Leicester.
Targeted pitching strengthens connections between freelancers and news organisations.
When The Cuckoo’s Calling was revealed to be by none other than JK Rowling, collectors and fans scrambled to get a copy.
The new media environment has cut a swathe through another major publisher, with 75 redundancies expected across the country.
Australia and New Zealand’s best literature, theatre, film and music will be celebrated in London as part of a new festival.
Game of Thrones writer on board for clash with Marvel and DC.
If you’re a serious collector or do it for love, making sure your art collection is well managed could save you money.
What are the wider implications for publishing industry as HarperCollins UK CEO replaced with tech-savvy Pottermore boss?
Me Books app offers authors 50/50 deal on children’s book distribution.
Award-winning writer and digital pioneer Kate Pullinger shares her secrets in collaboration with if:book Australia and QWC.
Kindle Worlds is getting amateurs cash for their slash fiction.
Planned merger of Penguin and Random House finalised, with the publishing juggernaut to control 25% of the US trade book market.
A Cirque du Soleil performer has died in Las Vegas after falling some 15 metres during a performance of the stage show Ka.
As the largest overseas survey of Australian art heads to London, senior artist John Olsen allowed himself to crow.
Do self-publishing companies like Blurb just take photographer’s money, or can they help build creative careers?
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