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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.
The mobility of an arts career is an advantage but re-establishing yourself can be another full-time job.
A new British literary longlist proves strong female authors aren’t just an Australian phenomenon.
Think people won’t pay for creative content because so much is available online for free? That’s not what the numbers show.
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A new law in the UK nicknamed the ‘Instagram act’ could see copyright lost on orphaned works.
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.
The arts are a powerful tool for social change but it takes more than good intentions for an arts project to really make a difference.
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.
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.
Award-winning playwright behind Jersey Boys and The Addams Family tells us what writers can learn from advertising, listening, exercise and gin.
Booksellers will lose out as Australian innovation Booki.sh, swallowed up by a US corporation, decides it will no longer sell eBooks.
As online petition site Change.org hits 1 million users, we take a look at the way that the arts are petitioning for change.
The winners of the prestigious Pulitzer Prize for 2013 were announced yesterday, with the awards to be officially given in a ceremony in May.
26-year-old poet, rapper, and spoken word performer Kate Tempest takes out the 2012 Ted Hughes Award for New Work in Poetry.
The manuscript of I’ve Been Wandering in the Greenwoods by Charlotte Brontë was sold on the 10 April for more than 92,000 GBP.
A 30th birthday is a target many people set themselves for making it in an arts career. But is it realistic?
James Joyce has done so much for Ireland, you’d think they’d be able to lift a line from his modernist masterpiece Ulysses without making a mistake.
Barnes & Noble have put their dukes up against Amazon by launching NOOK Press, their own self-publishing service.
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