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Book review: Self/less, Aviva

A dystopian YA novel set in a city where self-expression is illegal

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Book review: Apples never fall, Liane Moriarty

A domestic noir that drops heavily into family dynamics.

Opinions & Analysis

Publishing models for changed conditions

Which publishing models can thrive in these uneasy times? The answer might surprise.

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Between the covers: what to read this month

Are you in need of literary balm and distraction?

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Book Review: Sugar Town Queens, Malla Nunn

A heartfelt coming-of-age story for young readers that can be enjoyed by all ages.

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Book review: In Moonland, Miles Allinson

A meditation on the zeitgeist that's full of menace and pathos.

Features

The Novel Cure: How books can soothe what ails you

Reading can be a safe harbour and a good self-care remedy in these anxious times.

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Hobart’s biennial literary festival returns

A (non-online) literary festival for all: adults, YA and kids.

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Book review: Lakesedge, Lyndall Clipstone, Pan Macmillan

A haunting YA Gothic fantasy about a girl and a monster

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Book review: Travelling Companions, Antoni Jach, Transit Lounge Publishing

A peripatetic journey through Europe with diverting storytellers along the way.

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