New Australian Writing
Book review: She is Haunted, Paige Clark, Allen & Unwin
A bitingly clever short story collection about life, loss, relationships, and identity.
Book review: The Advocates, Robyn Gulliver and Jill L. Ferguson, Melbourne University Press
Canvassing the stories of women at the frontline of environmental action.
Book review: The Only One in the World, edited by Narrelle Harris, Clan Destine Press
A prize-winning collection that riffs on the stories and mythology of Sherlock Holmes is sheer, unadulterated fun.
Book review: Killing Sydney, Elizabeth Farrelly, Pan Macmillan
A passionate cri de coeur to diagnose the ills of the city and save it from overdevelopment.
Book review: Dark as Last Night, Tony Birch, UQP
A collection of stories with shards of light peering through the darkness.
Book review: The Last Guests, J.P.Pomare, Hachette
A panic-inducing thriller with all the right ingredients to keep you guessing to the end.
Book review, The Women’s Circle by Karyn Sepulveda, Ventura Press
A warm incisive novel about help and self-help and the thin line between failure and success.
Book Review: Nancy Business by R.W.R. McDonald, Allen & Unwin
A rollicking coming-of-age mystery, full of sincerity and humour.
The SBS Emerging Writers' Competition returns for a second chapter
The competition aims to discover new voices that reflect the diversity of contemporary Australia.
Book Review: The Monster of Her Age by Danielle Binks
A young adult novel explores family dynamics in an alternate version of the Australian film industry.