New Australian Writing
Magazine review: Curiouser, issue two
This collection of strange tales will take you to unexpected places.
Book review: The Shortest History of Democracy, John Keane
A solid attempt to make sense of what's happening on the local and international political stage.
Book review: Walking Through Honey, Brian Sherman
Despite fame and fortune, a philanthropists reveals the levelling effects of illness.
Book review: Sheilas, Eliza Reilly
A chronological journey through the lives and crimes of world-changing women.
Spotlight on 50 books published in the pandemic
A campaign that offers Australian books another chance to bask in the sun.
Book review: The Language of Food, Annabel Abbs
Historical fiction about class and gender but with a foodie twist.
Book review: You're Doing it Wrong, Kaz Cooke
An historical exploration of bad advice through the ages and a rallying call for women to challenge it.
Book review: Guilty Pigs, Katy Barnett and Jeremy Gans
Guilty pigs, ancient laws and inhuman acts
Reviewer versus book publisher
Australian publisher Ivor Indyk under fire from reviewer Declan Fry and other literary figures.
Book review: Killernova, Omar Musa
A poetry collection meditating on family, country, and memory.