So, Aldi has banned the Roald Dahl kids' classic Revolting Rhymes over a word.
The Aldi supermarket chain has removed iconic Roald Dahl children's book Revolting Rhymes from its shelves after complaints from customers about the use of the word "slut".
During her career, Anne Summers has built up a most eclectic résumé including stints as editor-in-chief of Ms. magazine, running the Hawke government’s Office of the Status of Women and taking the reins as deputy president of the Powerhouse Museum.
Trials of a true-crime author; New York Times double-bestseller; and new show The Mix features book chat on ABC TV.
Melbourne-born Geoffrey McGeachin has been a photographer in Australia and the US, and now teaches photography and writes fiction in Sydney.
Anna George has worked as a lawyer and in film and TV. She studied professional writing and editing, and has written film scripts. Her debut novel, What Came Before (Viking), is a literary thriller about a couple facing the end of an abusive marriage.
He wants to get away from the 'bum' and 'poo' books he's sold millions of, but Andy Griffiths' army of young fans can rest assured his imagination-stretching tales will always go to the limits of good taste, writes Lisa Clausen.
Egos ran wild during the Hawke-Keating years, as former MP Gareth Evans details in a revealing book.
Jessie Burton's debut novel The Miniaturist is both gripping and mesmerising. By Daphne Guinness.
Malcolm Fraser wins this year's $20,000 John Button Prize for writing on public policy and politics.