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There’s an old saying in the publishing industry, you can take the girl out of porn but you can’t take porn out of the pen.
Self-publishing service provider Author Solutions, owned by Penguin, sued by authors claiming it’s not an ‘independent publisher’.
A new British literary longlist proves strong female authors aren’t just an Australian phenomenon.
A new law in the UK nicknamed the ‘Instagram act’ could see copyright lost on orphaned works.
Independent director Gus Van Sant has shot a sex scene test reel featuring Alex Pettyfer in a pitch to direct the film of Fifty Shades of Grey.
It’s not just booksellers who have a bone to pick with Amazon as governments around the world investigate the tax practices of the e-retail giant.
Truman Capote’s original manuscript of Breakfast at Tiffany’s, with his hand-written annotations has been bought by a Russian billionaire for US $306K
Company behind The King's Speech to produce latest adaptation of 'the Scottish play'.
Arts Centre Melbourne has picked a winner: Einstein on the Beach has snagged the Olivier Award for Best New Opera Production.
Graeme Simsion's debut novel The Rosie Project has not only been sold to over 30 countries, it’s also just had the screen rights optioned by Sony.
Finalists for the Turner Prize have been announced with David Shrigley, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Laure Prouvost, and Tino Sehgal receiving nominations.
An Australian AD heads to Amsterdam, a British producer heads here and the PM may have cause for concern.
The David and Goliath metaphor is overused, but one Sydney bookseller has seriously earned the comparison, declaring a Kindle Amnesty against Amazon.
A work by Indigenous Australian artist Lena Nyadbi has been chosen to grace the top of the Musée du Quai Branly, Paris’s museum of non-Western art.
Erotica is all elfin blondes, mountainous mammaries and throbbing members right? Well it doesn’t have to be, and good erotica often isn’t.
Melina Marchetta’s On the Jellicoe Road looks set to become a feature film. The author walks us down the path to adaptation.
The City of New York will pay more than $365,000 USD to settle a lawsuit with the Occupy Wall Street Library for the destruction of their resources.
Booksellers will lose out as Australian innovation Booki.sh, swallowed up by a US corporation, decides it will no longer sell eBooks.
Go the F**k to Sleep, the subversive picture book loved by parents everywhere, will be made into a film by Fox 2000.
26-year-old poet, rapper, and spoken word performer Kate Tempest takes out the 2012 Ted Hughes Award for New Work in Poetry.
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