Harper Collins says it is planning a first printing of two million copies of Go Set A Watchman.
Michael Koziol Born into a family of writers, Jessica Cornwell never wanted to become an author - until her fascination with medieval mythology gave rise to an ambitious debut novel.
Peter Twohig was a rock musician, public servant, management consultant and naturopath before turning to full-time writing. His first novel, The Cartographer, won the Ned Kelly Award.
Christine Cremen The character of Marguerite Carter is a pioneer and also an idealist.
Colin Steele Colin Steele reviews three latest offerings from the science fiction genre.
Susan Wyndham MIchael Leunig draws for Peter Carey; a new Sherlock Holmes story; novelists on favourite Australian classics.
Ron Cerabona Tim the Yowie Man is launching of his latest book, In the Spirit of Banjo, at Smiths Alternative.
Reviewer: Sasha Grishin One achievement of this is that it presents a broader picture of the Allied war effort, as seen through the eyes of its artists.
Reviewer: Anna Creer This is an atmospheric just-one-more Wallander story appended with a poignant note from the author.
Konrad Marshall The children's author believes taking a bath works wonders for creativity.