Elizabeth Walton

Elizabeth Walton is a freelance writer and musician. Her words and music have appeared in The Weekend Australian, Oz Arts and ABC Radio and internationally. Insta:@elizabethwalton.au

Elizabeth's Latest Articles

Anne-Marie Te Whiu holding a copy of Woven.

Book review: Woven, edited by Anne-Marie Te Whiu

A poetry collection that weaves together First Nations voices from around the globe.

Eggs. Image is a woman in a sleeveless green dress and a book cover of a doughnut shaped object.

Book review: How To Order Eggs Sunny Side Up, Lisa Collyer

A debut collection of poetry that breaks down taboos about the state of women’s bodies and the state of the…


Book review: Chinese Fish, Grace Yee

A multi-voiced collection of poetry that canvasses a family's experiences of racism in New Zealand from the 1960s to the…


Book review: The Year My Family Unravelled, Cynthia Dearborn

How do you go about looking after an ailing aged parent when you are halfway across the world from each…


Book review: The Eulogy, Jackie Bailey

An autofiction debut that eulogises family and loss with eloquence.


Book review: The Language of Food, Annabel Abbs

Historical fiction about class and gender but with a foodie twist.


Exhibition review: Imants Tillers: As soon as tomorrow

Art that asks - when will the answers come?


Exhibition review: Southeast Aboriginal Arts Market 2021

The art of healing through culture and Country.


Exhibition review: Joan Ross, N.Smith Gallery

A flouro-tinged dismantling of the conquering colonial.