Australian YA author Tristan Bancks on how his acting and directing background helps with his creative process
The creator of the 'Tom Weekly' series got his start in the entertainment industry as an actor on TV soap opera 'Home and Away'.
‘The Truth About Martians’ book review: Melissa Savage's thrilling sci-fi adventure about a what-if scenario of the 1947 Roswell UFO incident
An entertaining alien cover-up story drawing from real-life events.
The award-winning writer of Orangeboy chats about her creative process and why it's important for her to be a voice for young black teenagers.
Set during WWI, the short work by the creator of popular ‘Toby Alone’ series still manages to deliver an emotional blow.
Sibling rivalry, magical beings, vibrant subplots ... like 'Game of Thrones', this Young Adult series gives readers everything they want from the genre.
American YA author Lamar Giles of ‘Fake ID’ on why diversity in books is so important for the next generation
The co-founder of non-profit organisation We Need Diverse Books cites his mother and young people as inspiration for his writing.
10 teens' favourites For World Book Day, from classics by Dickens and Orwell to inspirational works of non-fiction
'A Christmas Carol', 'Tuesdays With Morrie', and 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' all appear on our junior reporters' list of books they read over and over again.
2017 Golden Kite award-winning YA author Jack Cheng on why debut novel ‘See You in the Cosmos’ doesn’t focus on his ethnicity
The Detroit-based, Shanghai-born author says writing is a form of personal development that encourages self-reflection.
Interning at a stage theatre is going to be an eye-opening experience for a drama fanatic.
‘The Chaos of Now’ takes on the tough topic of cyberbullying and the thin line between right and wrong [Book Review]
Erin Lange knows that the modern world can be a chaotic place for young adults finding their way through society with all its pitfalls and pressures.