Kenneth Cook

Wake in Fright (Malthouse Theatre) ★★★★

Tim Byrne
01 July 2019

The idea of the outsider is, of course, a concept shared by all living beings; the jellyfish and the silverback gorilla alike have train More

Susan Sheridan reviews Beyond Words: A year with Kenneth Cook by Jacqueline Kent

Susan Sheridan
22 February 2019

Kenneth Cook (1929-87) was a prolific author best known for his first novel, Wake in Fright (1961), which was based on his experience as a young journalist in Broken Hill in the 1 More

Andrew Nette reviews 'Fear Is the Rider' by Kenneth Cook

Andrew Nette
24 February 2016

There is something alluring about the publication of a lost or unknown literary manuscript. How will it fit into the author's body of work? Is it inferior to or better than the published work? Does it illuminate a hitherto unknown aspect of the author's thinking, or make you re-examine the known sequencing or themes? These questions were on my mind as I read Fea ... More

Jake Wilson reviews 'Wake in Fright' by Tina Kaufman

Jake Wilson
14 April 2011

Kotcheff’s Wake

Jake Wilson

 

Wake in Fright
by Tina Kaufman
Currency Press, $16.95 pb, 72 pp, 9780868198644

 

Eight years after its launch, the Australian Screen Classics series of monographs represents a valuable, ongoing contribution to l ... More