Barry Levy has recently published his third book in seven years while continuing to work for the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre as a publications editor.
Like most horror fans, Gary Kemble remembers the exact moment he was truly scared by a book; it was while reading Stephen King’s The Shining in high school.
An edited excerpt from Ben Robertson’s book The People’s University, which tells the story of UQ.
As Australia’s fastest growing urban area with population levels expected to double over the next 20 years, south-east Queensland offers a powerful illustration of the growth paradox.
Pamela Rushby thinks some of the most exciting and imaginative books are written for children and young adults.
Author Elizabeth Rosner got the news her second novel was being released in paperback on the same day she started chemotherapy.
Not many people would swim through a river populated with piranhas while researching their first book, but Andrew Westoll isn’t your typical author.
Award-winning writer and UQ alumnus Amy Barker returned to Emmanuel College last year to help launch her debut novel Omega Park.
More than 200 people attended a public lecture by Australian literary legend Thomas Keneally as part of the 2009 Brisbane Writers Festival.
From bedtime story to bestseller, UQ economics alumnus Richard Newsome has bridged the literary gap with his award-winning debut novel The Billionaire’s Curse.
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