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Global risks fire writer John M. Green’s creative juices, writes Elaine Fry

Stuart Barnes’ debut poetry collection is playful, subtle, moving, witty and outrageous, writes William Yeoman

A restored fire station in historic York an ideal setting for literary pursuits, writes William Yeoman

Novelist pens 24 books in 25 years, each with a sense of place, says William Yeoman

WA authors Sally Morgan and Meg McKinlay take out big prizes at this year’s PM’s Literary Awards.

Fremantle crime noir author explores the blurred line between good and evil, writes William Yeoman

William Yeoman meets “accidental academic”, ECU’s Dr. Mick Adams

Fremantle resident Jay Martin wins the $12,000 2016 City of Fremantle T.A.G. Hungerford Award

Poet David McCooey’s new collection of poems finds unity in variety, writes William Yeoman

Tim Winton tells non-fiction is not his forte but his new collection of essays shows otherwise

Perth author’s debut is a romance about a drifter and rural roots with a nod to family, says William Yeoman

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