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: 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: 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: The Signal Line, Brendan Colley
An award-winning novel that defies easy categorisation.
Book review: Root and Branch, Eda Gunaydin
Twelve essays explore inheritance, family, identity and place through the lens of Turkish-Australian culture.
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.
Book review: The Murder Rule, Dervla McTiernan
Another impressive psychological thriller by one of Australia's most talented crime writers.
Book review: Bad Art Mother, Edwina Preston
A split-perspective exploration of societal hostility towards maternal creativity.