News about a disturbing proposal regarding the copyrigh terms of Australian book editions -- and what we can do about it.
OK, so this is a review of a fiction book -- but I think we can learn a lot about great use of language, convincing research and pace from reading it.
How will Virtual Reality reportage affect our experience of the news? What are the ethical issues involved?
Teachers and writers have more in common than you might suppose -- a theme I explore in this article written in 2008.
How should you pitch a publisher with your book proposal? Or, to look at this another way, how should you not do so? This book answers that question.
It goes without saying that in order to write well you have to read well. This slim volume of Borges' essays is perfect for the creative non-fiction writer.
Sometimes it's necessary to replace hidden characters such as paragraph marks. This short article explains how to do so in Word.
Vacant park benches and the like can be very evocative, and a source of inspiration for the writer.
Spellcheckers are useful, even essential. But don't rely on them exclusively.
What could be worse than losing all your hard work? Here are 8 suggestions for averting the worst-case scenario.