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The Artissima contemporary art fair is set apart by its orientation around appreciating the art.
From poetry to memoir, literature can help us come to grips with the chaotic nature of conflict.
What's more important: winning a literary award, or being shortlisted for one? And who's reading all the books that aren't listed?
Some 39 poems have been attributed to the ill-fated Mary I of Scotland - so why do we know so little about her writings?
If you have been wondering how your ability to perceive the world in pictures can get you a job, it's time to discover the world of graphic recording.
Former winners and honorees of the Monash Prize share their tips on entering a literary competition.
The prejudice against fantasy novels misses the social and emotional value they offer, especially for young readers.
Thinking of renting an office and wondering whether the financial risk pays off? ArtsHub presents the pros and cons.
Growing up, everyone has a favourite comic book hero. While most kids don’t end up drawing them, illustrator Nicola Scott did.
Industry experts at the Emerging Writers' Festival reveal everything budding writers need to know when dealing with the gatekeepers of publishing.
Famous creatives from Danielle Steel to Peter Carey started their writing careers as copywriters – why not you?
We talk to self-publishing authors who have sold over 1.5 millions books, signed publishing deals and generated additional income.
The usual verdict on a film adaption is almost universally that the book was better. But is that always the case?
E.L. James’ 50 Shades of Grey and J.K. Rowling’s adult novel Casual Vacancy have missed out on the shortlist for the Literary Review’s annual Bad Sex Awards.
It might take you a week to write a poem or a song. But three years? Five? Eight? That’s the kind of time it takes to write a novel.
Founder of The Urban Writers Retreat, Charlie Haynes, says the idea for the retreats came from her abundance of ‘other things to do’ and ability to continually postpone her passion.
So you want a career in the creative arts... but where do you start? Should you jump straight in or take a formal qualification first? And what kind of qualification? There are lots of decisions to be made – we flag up a few of the key issues.
Thinking of running a creative business? Need some advice? We talk to two experts in the field.
You have heard of Podcasting, but have you heard of Poetcasting? Alex Pryce has come up with an inventive way of combining podcasting with the latest poetry.
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