October 2014, no. 365

October 2014, no. 365

Here you will find Scott McCulloch’s captivating Letter from Ukraine as well as Peter Mares on the asylum seeker situation, Patrick Allingtons review of Peter Careys new novel Amnesia, and Peter Roses examination of Erik Jensen’s unusual memoir of his relationship with the troubled artist Adam Cullen. Also, Frank Bongiorno on Don Watson’s The Bush, Bridget Griffen-Foley on Fairfax, our new Poet of the Month feature with Robert Adamson, and Alison Broinowski’s review of Haruki Murakami’s latest work. We also join in the celebration of Chris Wallace-Crabbe’s eightieth birthday with a review of his new poetry collection and of Travelling Without Gods: A Chris Wallace-Crabbe Companion.

Confessions of a People-Smuggler by Dawood Amiri & The Undesirables by Mark Isaacs

Amnesia by Peter Carey

Boyhood Island by Karl Ove Knausgaard

David Syme: Man of The Age by Elizabeth Morrison

Tim Winton: Critical Essays edited by Lyn McCredden and Nathanael O’Reilly

Beams Falling by P.M. Newton

Nest by Inga Simpson

Game Day by Miriam Sved

A Pianist’s A–Z: A Piano Lover’s Reader by Alfred Brendel with Michael Morley

The Selected Letters of Elia Kazan edited by Albert J. Devlin with Marlene J. Devlin

Travelling Without Gods edited by Cassandra Atherton & My Feet Are Hungry by Chris Wallace-Crabbe

Poems: 1957–2013 by Geoffrey Lehmann

Circle Work by Cameron Lowe

Dirty Secrets: Our ASIO Files by Meredith Burgmann

Walter Spies by John Stowell & Brown Boys and Rice Queens by Eng-Beng Lim

A Sense for Humanity: The Ethical Thought of Raimond Gaita edited by Craig Taylor with Melinda Graeffe

How I Rescued My Brain by David Roland