Book review: How we love, Clementine Ford
A collection of personal essays exploring the many tangents of love.
Book review: Doing Politics, Judith Brett
A collection of essays on the pitfalls and potential of Australian politics.
Book review: The Way It Is Now, Garry Disher
A mystery fiction that's more a whydunnit than a whodunnit.
Upcoming 2022 books
Get ready to make room on your shelves in anticipation of these new releases.
Book review: Danged Black Thing, Eugen Bacon
A sweep of short stories written in poetic and sometimes opaque language.
Book review: Mission, Noel Pearson
Reflections of a life-long interrogation of black and white politics.
Top of the literary pile
ArtsHub reviewers' stellar book picks for the year.
Book review: Gilded, Marissa Meyer
Fantastic world-building in a spin-off of Grimm's fairytales.
Book review: This Dark Country, Rebecca Birrell
Women artists create a space for themselves to allow for permissiveness and dreaminess.
Book review: The Sweetest Fruits, Monique Truong
A tale about the beauty and tyranny of memory