"Publishers should take an industry-wide stance to ensure fairer collaboration with print media, argues Affirm Press publisher Martin Hughes." (Introduction)
"Literary Consultant and book-to-film/TV scout Philippa Donovan has recently returned to Australia after working in the UK and the US. She shares her career journey." (Introduction)
The Truth App is the first book in YA author Jack Heath's new five-book junior-fiction series, described by reviewer Heath Graham as a 'non-stop action-adventure ride' for readers who want 'techno-thrillers packed with tension and plot twists'. Graham spoke to the author. (Introduction)
"As librarians and booksellers report greater interest in graphic novels for children and teenagers, Elizabeth Flux explores the state of the local comics industry." (Introduction)
Jackie Tang talks to Lonely Planet's Chris Zeiher, APA Publications' Agnieszka Mizak and former Dymocks category manager Ali Hammond about the state of the travel guidebook.
"Karen Foxlee's new middle-grade novel, Lenny's Book of Everything is a 'bittersweet tale about heartbreak and healing' with 'a sense of whimsy that never feels forced.' Reviewer Karys McEwan spoke to the author." (Introduction)
"Seventeen years after A Certain Style was first published, Jacqueline Kent's biography of Australia's first full-time book editor Beatrice Davis is being reissued for a new generation of publishing aficionados. Kent spoke with former UQP nonfiction publisher Alexandra Payne about what's changed in the editing profession since Davis' time." (Introduction)
"With her second essay collection The World Was Whole, Fiona Wright 'continues to set the standard for the essay form in Australia', writes reviewer Jo Case. She speaks to the author." (Introduction)