Book review: Mothertongues, Ceridwen Dovey and Eliza Bell
A book that reflects the messy, surreal realities of motherhood.
Book review: Telltale, Carmel Bird
A memoir documenting a lifelong love affair with the written word.
Book review: Open Secrets, edited by Catriona Menzies-Pike
What happens when the creative practice of Australian writers rubs against economic realities?
Book review: Words are Eagles, Gregory Day
An exploration into the cultural complexities of writing about nature in Australia.
The work will outlast the life: Gwen Harwood as feminist icon
Gwen Harwood may be one of Australia’s most celebrated 20th century poets but has often not been seen for the…
Book review: Of Marsupials and Men, Alistair Paton
A historical exploration of the study of Australia’s wildlife, and path to extinction.
Book review: Holy Woman, Louise Omer
A debut memoir exploring feminism and religion.
Book review: Big Beautiful Female Theory, Eloise Grills
Grills critiques the fetishisation of aesthetic counterpoints by highlighting the ‘to-be-looked-at-ness’ of her own personal journey.
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.