Cancelled festival turns into podcasts
Melbourne Writers Festival launches podcasts and First Nation events.
Book review: Love & Virtue, Diana Reid
Peeling back the layers of consent and morality.
Why bookshops are good for you
Browsing in bookshops is good for our psychological health, making Love Your Bookshop Day all the more important.
Book review: Wild Abandon, Emily Bitto
Bitto's new novel is about biting hedonism and its unpalatable aftermath.
Book review: The Rabbits, Sophie Overett
A debut novel that will transport you into the contemporary world of suburban Brisbane with an extra twist.
Book review: The Dogs, John Hughes
An ambitious and complex novel of love, life and death from a Miles Franklin shortlisted author.
Book review: Self/less, Aviva
A dystopian YA novel set in a city where self-expression is illegal
Book review: Apples never fall, Liane Moriarty
A domestic noir that drops heavily into family dynamics.
Publishing models for changed conditions
Which publishing models can thrive in these uneasy times? The answer might surprise.
Between the covers: what to read this month
Are you in need of literary balm and distraction?