Book review: Enclave, Claire G. Coleman
A dystopian future that bears too scary a resemblance to certain contemporary realities.
Book review: My Heart is a Little Wild Thing, Nigel Featherstone
This tender story of family and relationships is also a coming-out tale that sees the protagonist wresting control of his…
Book review: This All Come Back Now, edited by Mykaela Saunders
A mixtape of Un-Australian First Nations futurism from the collective campfire.
Book review: Another Australia, edited by Winnie Dunn
The follow up collection to After Australia, this book offers the lived experience of Indigenous and writers of colour.
Book review: The Eulogy, Jackie Bailey
An autofiction debut that eulogises family and loss with eloquence.
Book review: What Fear Was, Ben Walter
A debut collection of stories surveys contemporary environmental and climate terrain.
Book review: Good night, Vivienne, Goodnight, Steven Carroll
The wife of T.S. Eliot is reimagined in the finale of Carroll's Eliot Quartet series.
Book review: The Signal Line, Brendan Colley
An award-winning novel that defies easy categorisation.
Book review: The Tricky Art of Forgiveness, Meredith Jaffé
A questioning survey on the contract and compromises of a marriage.
Book review: If We Were Villains, ML Rio
A slow-burning, Shakespeare-drenched, dark academia mystery.