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With the avenues for obtaining eBooks expanding we take a look at the ethical considerations behind your latest literary fix.
Global survey by The Book Depository reveals literature’s most courageous and villainous characters.
A group of new media artists claim they were excluded from the ISEA event in Sydney this year.
International expert on audience, innovation, entrepreneurship and visual journalism, Erin Polgreen shares her secrets.
In the wake of the Pussy Riot saga Russia has passed a bill to hand out jail terms to those who offend religious beliefs.
The online art auction business Paddle8 has raised $6 million from a group of high profile arts investors.
Tired of limited opportunities, two musicians have put private money on the line to found an international online competition.
Bowker Market Research reports that self-published e-books account for 12% of the entire digital publishing market.
Minchin’s interpretation of the Roald Dahl classic for the RSC was nominated for 12 Tony awards and won four of them.
More than just the money, case tests limits of creative expression.
Two Australian creatives rewriting digital destiny with a novel approach that foresees a publishing future that’s not all e-books.
With the launch of Robert Sherman’s Black Crown project, Random House UK has made the move into interactive gaming narratives.
Battle between South Korean publishers for Murakami rights makes conflict with North look like lunchtime argument.
Technology is reviving an old-fashioned storytelling parlour as a gallery project, fan-fic, and now an app.
Banners and posters implicating Prince Harry by Jeremy Deller have been withdrawn from the Venice Biennale by British Council.
The Venice Biennale features 88 countries and 150 artists. We’ve picked some of the best for this visual guide.
The British Council’s Indigenous Australian creative leadership programme is now open for talented Indigenous Australian creatives
Performance poet, rapper, playwright – Kate Tempest is a lot of literary things. Is this the future of poetry?
It’s a price that only JK Rowling could afford to pay.
A new computer program decodes brain signals to enable paralysed people to draw and paint.
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