Erin Stewart

Erin Stewart is a Canberra-based freelance writer and researcher.

Erin's Latest Articles

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Book review: Feast, Emily O'Grady

An unsettling, creepy story about dysfunctional families and slowly unravelling secrets.

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Book review: Bee Miles, Rose Ellis

Bee Miles was punished for daring to defy conventional expectations of female behaviour.

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Book review: The Modern, Anna Kate Blair

Set in and around New York's Museum of Modern Art, this debut explores not just art but sexuality, job precarity…

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Book review: Eventually Everything Connects, Sarah Firth

This debut graphic novel is a series of visual essays that explore interconnectedness.

Book review: Broke, Sam Drummond

A memoir about the intersection between disability and financial precarity advocates for compassion.

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Book review: The One Thing We've Never Spoken About, Elfy Scott

Complex mental health conditions are explored in this book that melds personal stories with wide-scale investigation.

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Book review: Seeing Other People, Diana Reid

A contemporary post-COVID queer love triangle.

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Book review: Cut, Susan White

An incisive exploration of misogyny in a surgical setting.

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Book review: Release, Lucy Christopher

A companion piece to her earlier novel, this book explores notions of trauma, control and coercion.

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Book review: Words are Eagles, Gregory Day

An exploration into the cultural complexities of writing about nature in Australia.

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