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Book review: The Airways by Jennifer Mills, Pan Macmillan

A ghost story about boundaries, contamination, and the porous corporeality of existence.


Book Review: The Last Bookshop by Emma Young, Fremantle Press

One for the bibliophiles: a small, bespoke business striving for survival in the top end of town.


Book Review: A Voice in the Night by Sarah Hawthorn, Transit Lounge

An uneven thriller; enjoyable but not without flaws


Seventh time lucky: Amanda Lohrey wins 2021 Miles Franklin Award

Lohrey wins for The Labyrinth. a novel about working through the layers of resilience.


Book Review: The Others by Mark Brandi

A child's perspective is clouded by melancholy and dread.


Book Review: Echolalia by Briohny Doyle

A horror story of motherhood and mundanity in the throes of climate change.


Six of the Best: Miles Franklin shortlist for 2021

Six books, with the overarching theme of 'destructive loss' compete for one of our biggest national awards.


COVID concerns force Emerging Writers Festival online

To combat the challenges of COVID-19, the EWF will once again operate digitally.


Book Review: One Hundred Days by Alice Pung

A fractured fairytale exposing the thin line between love and control.


Learning to nurture diverse voices in young adult literature

How are writers of children’s and young adult books being trained to tell difficult and diverse stories? We speak with…

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