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Publisher of the Month with Sam Cooney

Australian Book Review
01 July 2009

I completed a writing degree, then was published in VoiceworksMore

Gabriel García Ochoa reviews Homeland by Fernando Aramburu, translated by Alfred MacAdam

Gabriel García Ochoa
23 May 2019

ETA, a terrorist group formed in the late 1950s, was predominantly active in the Basque Country. Its name is an acronym in Basque for ‘Euskadi Ta Askatasuna’, which means ‘Basque Cou More

Gabriel García Ochoa reviews Homeland by Fernando Aramburu, translated by Alfred MacAdam

Gabriel García Ochoa
01 July 2009

ETA, a terrorist group formed in the late 1950s, was predominantly active in the Basque Country. Its name is an acronym in Basque for ‘Euskadi Ta Askatasuna’, which means ‘Basque Cou More

Amy Baillieu reviews Crossings by Alex Landragin

Amy Baillieu
23 May 2019

I didn’t write this review. I stole it. Or so a review that echoes the framing conceit of Alex Landragin’s elegant and unusual début might begin. This richly allusive, speculative his More

Amy Baillieu reviews Crossings by Alex Landragin

Amy Baillieu
01 July 2009

I didn’t write this review. I stole it. Or so a review that echoes the framing conceit of Alex Landragin’s elegant and unusual début might begin. This richly allusive, speculative his More

2019 Calibre Essay Prize (runner-up): 'Floundering' by Sarah Walker

Sarah Walker
23 May 2019

I swim at night, carving through water full of chlorine and tasting of mould, turning lap after lap before the pool closes down, while cells inside me hurry into being like bubbles under a More

'Honeywell', a new poem by Rowan McNaught

Rowan McNaught
23 May 2019

In a hallway with the door open, a Honeywell T87 will attempt to
equalise the temperature of the continuous (available) world. It sits
between More

Kate Griffiths reviews Blackout: How is energy-rich Australia running out of electricity? by Matthew Warren

Kate Griffiths
23 May 2019

Australia’s energy transition has been hotly debated for a decade, and it doesn’t look set to cool anytime soon. Blackout: How is energy-rich Australia running out of electricity?< More

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

Rémy Davison
23 May 2019

'History repeats itself,’ Karl Marx wrote presciently in The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Napoleon. ‘The first time as tragedy, the second time as farce.’ The central themes More

Glyn Davis reviews Winners Take All: The elite charade of changing the world by Anand Giridharadas

Glyn Davis
23 May 2019

From McKinsey analyst to honoured author, New York Times correspondent, familiar face on MSNBC. Awarded a prestigious Henry Crown Fellowship at Aspen, invited onto private planes amid discussion of drinking-w More

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