Book review: The Airways by Jennifer Mills, Pan Macmillan
A ghost story about boundaries, contamination, and the porous corporeality of existence.
Book review: Second City, edited by Catriona Menzies-Pike and Luke Carman, Giramondo
A plurality of voices in and around Western Sydney dispels preconceived ideas and prejudices about the region.
Book review: Upheaval, edited by Andrew Dodd and Matthew Ricketson, NewSouth Publishing
How the digital age destabilised and reshaped journalism.
Book review: In my defence, I have no defence by Sinéad Stubbins
Life's imperfections and absurdities with a dash of self-deprecation.
Book review: Dissolve by Nikki Gemmell, Hachette
An intoxicating exploration of erasure, heartbreak, and self determination.
Festival Review: Light Creatures, Illuminate Adelaide
Featuring a selection of rainbow light installations, Light Creatures brings some of the zoo’s most exotic inhabitants to life.
Exhibition Review: A Biography of Daphne, ACCA
Ovid's myth of Metamorphoses inspires many artistic iterations.
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.