Peter Rose is the Editor and CEO of Australian Book Review. His books include a family memoir, Rose Boys (2001), which won the National Biography Award in 2003. He has published two novels and six poetry collections, most recently The Subject of Feeling (UWA Publishing, 2015).
From the New Issue
Hidden Hand: Exposing how the Chinese Communist Party is reshaping the world by Clive Hamilton and Mareike OhlbergReviewed by Ben Bland
Literary StudiesReviewed by Susan Sheridan