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Nicola Walker reviews 'Angel Puss' by Colleen McCullough

Nicola Walker
16 August 2019

Ugh: today I realised Colleen McCullough’s latest book (her fifteenth), More

Kerryn Goldsworthy reviews three books on Charmaine Clift

Kerryn Goldsworthy
14 August 2019

‘AT NIGHT,’ wrote Charmian Clift one summer in the late 1950s on the Greek island of Hydra where she lived with her husband and More

Euzebiusz Jamrozik reviews Defeating the Ministers of Death: The compelling history of vaccination by David Isaacs

Euzebiusz Jamrozik
23 July 2019

In the early eighteenth century, smallpox inoculations were introduced to England and promoted by the charismatic Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, one of the many scintillating characters in Dav More

Bruce Pascoe reviews On Identity and Australia Day by Stan Grant

Bruce Pascoe
22 July 2019

It was a great moment in Australian history when William Cooper walked to the Australian parliament to object to the treatment of Jews in Germany during World War II. At the time, the Brit More

Brian McFarlane reviews 'People of the Book' by Geraldine Brooks

Brian McFarlane
10 July 2019

‘I wanted to give a sense of the people of the book, the different hands that had made it, used it, protected it. I wanted it to More

Ceridwen Spark reviews Sea People: The puzzle of Polynesia by Christina Thompson

Ceridwen Spark
23 May 2019

When asked to review Sea People: The puzzle of Polynesia, I thought it might be hard work – improving, but not necessarily fun. I could not have been more wrong. The book is a t More

Ceridwen Spark reviews Sea People: The puzzle of Polynesia by Christina Thompson

Ceridwen Spark
01 July 2009

When asked to review Sea People: The puzzle of Polynesia, I thought it might be hard work – improving, but not necessarily fun. I could not have been more wrong. The book is a t More

Dean Biron reviews The Van Apfel Girls are Gone by Felicity McLean

Dean Biron
23 May 2019

From the ill-fated explorations of Leichhardt and Burke and Wills through to the Beaumont children, Azaria Chamberlain, and the backpacker murders in New South Wales, the history of Austra More

Dean Biron reviews The Van Apfel Girls are Gone by Felicity McLean

Dean Biron
01 July 2009

From the ill-fated explorations of Leichhardt and Burke and Wills through to the Beaumont children, Azaria Chamberlain, and the backpacker murders in New South Wales, the history of Austra More

2018 Publisher Picks

Nathan Hollier et al.
18 December 2018

To complement our ‘Books of the Year’ feature, which appeared in the December 2018 issue, we invited some senior publishers to nominate their favourite books of 2018 – all published by other companies.

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