Harper Collins says it is planning a first printing of two million copies of Go Set A Watchman.
Susan Wyndham Good-looking books in design awards; my pick for the best design; contenders for Kibble Awards for women writers
Jason Steger Obama's dip in sales; a big weekend for Clunes books; Lena Headey and the Hawk film; and ABIA awards.
Ron Cerabona What's happening in the literary world in Canberra.
Sally Pryor A Mexican father's story for his son is posthumously published by his widow, Diane de Castellanos, an accomplished Canberra artist.
Reviewer: Jeff Popple Ian Caldwell mixes interesting themes in this well-written religious conspiracy thriller.
Reviewer: Colin Steele A well-priced compendium of entries that reveal the depth and breadth of human communication and knowledge.
Reviewer: Mark Thomas Julian Davies' book has life, grace and wit as well as a few grotesques
Reviewer: Geoff Page Readers interested in the metaphysical, but not in doctrinal orthodoxy, will enjoy Philip Salom's distinctive take.
Katrina Condie Offspring author Debra Oswald will be open to questions from guests at Bannisters on May 14.
A POEM describing life in the World War II Volunteer Defence Corps (VDC) at Plumpton has been uncovered.