Book review: Talking about a Revolution, Yassmin Abdel-Magied
An exploration of resistance and revolution through a personal lens.
Book review: Ten Steps to Nanette, Hannah Gadsby
A comic's hard-won journey is paved with doubt, misogyny and mental health issues.
Book review: Australia in 50 Plays, Julian Meyrick
A wide survey of the contribution of theatre to our national sense of identity.
Book review: The Uncaged Sky, Kylie Moore-Gilbert
A memoir about being imprisoned in Iran for 804 days.
Book review: Our Members Be Unlimited, Sam Wallman
In this new kind of graphic novel, Sam Wallman fearlessly celebrates unions and their place in our history and our…
Book review: Childless, Sian Prior
A memoir that charts loss, pain and recovery.
Book review: Fugitive, Simon Tedeschi
Tedeschi is equally impressive on the page as he is at the piano.
Book review: Growing up in Country Australia, Edited by Rick Morton
There is a magic to these stories that trace the influence of (rural) youth to present lives.
Book review: Root and Branch, Eda Gunaydin
Twelve essays explore inheritance, family, identity and place through the lens of Turkish-Australian culture.
How a festival responded to election fever (sausage sizzle included)
Sydney Writers' Festival nimbly navigates election coverage, explains Artistic Director Michael Williams.