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While fee-based, all BlueInk reviews are honest appraisals, written by professionals drawn largely from mainstream media outlets or editors who have worked at well-respected publishing houses Read more...

Established in 1921 and published bimonthly, Books+Publishing magazine contains in-depth features, author interviews, opinion and pre-publication reviews of forthcoming Australian and New Zealand titles Read more...
Lots of articles and links about hyperliterature (multi-media writing, digital literature, digital poetry, nonlinear fiction etc)  Read more...

The books page from The Guardian.  Read more...

The latest publishing news from The Guardian.  Read more...

Incwriters is actively involved in visiting venues and festivals providing talks, workshops and panels on Publishing, Writing and Reading. Incwriters Patrons are the novelist Janice Galloway, the poets, Esther Morgan and Clare Pollard. Read more...

Notes From The Underground is the personal blog of NAWE Young Writers' Coordinator Wes Brown. He writes regularly about literature, the writing industry, digital publishing and politics.  Read more...

Founded in 1997, the latest version of theBookseller.com was launched in January 2007. The website provides daily news and comment about the book business, starting at 8am with the latest digest of press reports about the publishing sector and financial updates from the City. Regular news updates from The Bookseller's news desk follow throughout the day. The site also includes opinion, blogs, author profiles and features about the b Read more...

We are growing our network of culturevultures so if you can write engagingly about your cultural passion or geographic area then please do get in contact with us.  Read more...

The Literary Platform is dedicated to showcasing projects experimenting at the intersection of literature and technology Read more...