June–July 2019, no. 412

June–July 2019, no. 412

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History

Bedlam at Botany Bay by James Dunk

Fiction

Spring by Ali Smith

Society

#MeToo: Stories from the Australian movement edited by Natalie Kon-yu et al.

Fiction

Crossings by Alex Landragin

Fiction

Frankissstein: A love story by Jeanette Winterson

Politics

The Lessons of Tragedy: Statecraft and world order by Hal Brands and Charles Edel

Environmental Studies

Black Saturday: Not the end of the story by Peg Fraser

Environmental Studies

Hazelwood by Tom Doig

Cultural Studies

Stop Being Reasonable by Eleanor Gordon-Smith

Fiction

Typhoon Kingdom by Matthew Hooton

Fiction

Exhalation by Ted Chiang

Fiction

Eight Lives by Susan Hurley

Fiction

Fled by Meg Keneally

Fiction

Homeland by Fernando Aramburu, translated by Alfred MacAdam

Fiction

The Van Apfel Girls are Gone by Felicity McLean

History

Sea People: The puzzle of Polynesia by Christina Thompson

Memoir

Requiem with Yellow Butterflies by James Halford

Poetry

The Tomb of the Unknown Artist by Andy Kissane