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Hobart’s biennial literary festival returns

A (non-online) literary festival for all: adults, YA and kids.

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Book review: Lakesedge, Lyndall Clipstone, Pan Macmillan

A haunting YA Gothic fantasy about a girl and a monster

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Book review: Travelling Companions, Antoni Jach, Transit Lounge Publishing

A peripatetic journey through Europe with diverting storytellers along the way.

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Book review: Anything but Fine, Tobias Madden, Penguin

A coming-of-age tale about queer identity and dancing to your own beat.

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Book review: Empires, Nick Earls, Penguin

A multi-layered and ambitious tale spanning centuries and crossing continents.

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Book review: The Attack, Catherine Jinks, Text Publishing

A slow-burner that canvasses familial conflict and builds to a violent crescendo.

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Book review: The Song of Lewis Carmichael, Sofie Laguna, Allen and Unwin

A hot air balloon journey to the Arctic circle: a tale of friendship and resilience.

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Book review: She is Haunted, Paige Clark, Allen & Unwin

A bitingly clever short story collection about life, loss, relationships, and identity.

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Book review: The Only One in the World, edited by Narrelle Harris, Clan Destine Press

A prize-winning collection that riffs on the stories and mythology of Sherlock Holmes is sheer, unadulterated fun.

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Opportunities and Awards Wrap

Call outs for the Helen Anne Bell Award for Women Poets, National Arts and Disability Awards, Australian Cultural Diplomacy Grants…

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