Sports journalist, commentator and master storyteller Ken Piesse is so mad about cricket, he carries a cricket ball in his pocket for cricket greats to sign.
Erin Riley shares her thoughts on tweeting, non-linear writing and forging a career path in Australian sports journalism.
Julia Maurus discovers how co-biographers Julie and Marcus McSorley wrote the story of the strangest item ever posted.
Café owner Jeremy Dixon decided to create a cookbook to expand his healthy influence outside of the Auckland CBD. With recipes like Not Butter Chicken, Neat Loaf and Shepherdess Pie, his cookbooks will be an adventure for most.
Biographer Colleen Ryan Clur tells Julia Maurus how she nursed herself through the process of writing about one of Australia’s most important nurses.
The first of November marks the beginning of the alluring challenge that is National Novel Writing Month: to write a 50,000-word novel from scratch by the end of November.
Amy Vickers takes Julia Maurus through the journey that led her to write the United States’ water efficiency bible.
‘I researched transforming a thesis into a popular book and one of the things I became aware of was that it isn’t just a new version of a thesis, it’s really a work in and of itself,’ Dr Melanie Joy explains. ‘So I really started from scratch.’