HarperCollins Publishers Australia is delighted to announce that the winner of the 2019 Banjo Prize is Elizabeth Flann for her unpublished manuscript Beware of Dogs. READ MORE
Even a good woman can be pushed too far...From bestselling author Tricia Stringer, this beautifully realised multi-generational family story looks at what happens when real-life betrayals and struggling relationships clash with outdated ideas of what a woman should be. READ MORE
The Sunday Telegraph and HarperCollins Children's Books are giving you the chance to win all three books in the Stella Montgomery series (Withering by Sea, Wormwood Mire and Wakestone Hall) by author Judith Rossell. Eleven-year-old orphan Stella leads a miserable life with her three dreadful Aunts. But one night, she sees something she shouldn’t have and sets forth on an adventure more terrifying and more wonderful than she could ever have hoped for. For your chance to win, tell us in 25 words or less what your idea of the ultimate adventure would be and why? Competition has now finished, winners will be notified by email.
Father's Day is a very special day on the calendar. We've selected a few beautiful, uplifting and inspiring stories to help you celebrate the wonder and complexity of fatherhood - you might be a new father yourself, or be helping a friend gain confidence in fatherhood, or you might even be a newly minted grandpa! However 'new fatherhood' applies to you, we hope you find something on this list to guide you or make you smile. READ MORE
Dads, grandpas and father figures all over Australia are busy. Which is why, when thinking about the perfect gift, you should consider something that gives them their time back. There's always an opportunity to find a new hobby or indulge a special interest. We've put together some of our favourite picks for sporty dads - who knows, maybe he might discover an entirely new sport this Father's Day? READ MORE
If you’ve got a particularly bookish Dad, you’ll know how difficult it can be to find the perfect pick for him. We’ve found some books which any Dad can love – whether it’s crime fiction, epic Australian history, a The Castle-esque farming protest, or a heart-pumping thriller. READ MORE