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‘I do believe that East German authors have an experiential advantage from having lived through a period...
English historian Antony Beevor is credited with transforming the military history genre.
Meg Wolitzer’s new novel, The Female Persuasion, is about public pedestals and feminist friction...
Susan Orlean writes, writes, writes.
‘I stayed in school partly because of Wu-Tang Clan.
Paula Saunders has described her own debut novel, The Distance Home, as a 'completely American...
Susan Butler, lexicographer and former Macquarie Dictionary editor, is the first announced keynote speaker...
What makes a great interview? What can public conversation do, and why does it matter?