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New York-based Lydia Davis has been awarded the fifth Man Booker International Prize 2013.
If anyone is going to sing the praises of the e-reader it's an airline right? Well, don't be so sure.
A massive cultural precinct development in Hong Kong promises jobs for museum, theatre and visual arts professionals.
Unseen documents Ernest Hemingway left at his Cuban estate have finally returned to America, more than 50 years after his death.
Enfant terrible novelist Bret Easton Ellis calls out 'the gatekeepers of politically correct gayness'.
Unseen Dali works discovered by Bonhams' Impressionist and Modern Art are set to reach £1 million next month.
A year after removing digital rights management from its books sci-fi publisher Tor made a surprising announcement.
It’s been a rollercoaster week for Barnes and Noble and their e-book business Nook Media.
The Sydney Comedy Festival (SCF) 2013 has announced this year's winners, which include comedians from all over the world.
Move over Monopoly, there’s a new currency kid on the block that buys more than Mayfair.
An Australia artist is turning medical necessity into creative opportunity, preparing to perform while on dialysis.
'Somebody That I Used To Know' won two Grammys for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Record of the Year but loses royalty money
A court case in the US is likely to have a big impact on contemporary artists working with collage,mash-ups and appropriation art.
Nazi themed German opera has been cancelled after audience members seek medical treatment.
After nearly 50-years packed in boxes in a New York university , 119 pieces of Stolen Generation artwork return to Australia.
How does a treasured piece of 18th century art go from $90,000 to $0?
Tiger Eyes is set to hit the silver screen in the first film adaptation of celebrated young adult author Judy Blume’s work.
'To Kill a Mockingbird' author Harper Lee has filed a law suit against the literary agent who duped her out of royalties.
Art classes changed the poorest scoring school in a US district to an exemplar of student improvement.
Self-publishing service provider Author Solutions, owned by Penguin, sued by authors claiming it’s not an ‘independent publisher’.
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