ABR RAFT Fellowship: 'God and Caesar in Australia' by Paul Collins

Paul Collins

Like it or lump it, Catholicism is enormously influential in Australia. This is true even just in terms of raw statistics. The Catholic Church is the largest religious body in the country, More

Brenda Niall reviews 'The Shepherd’s Hut' by Tim Winton

Brenda Niall

There are no sheep grazing anywhere near the shepherd’s hut of Tim Winton’s new novel. A few wild goats in the desolate landscape, some broken machinery: that’s all. The narrator, fi More

2018 Porter Prize Shortlist

'101, Taipei' by Nicholas Wong, 'Compass' by Eileen Chong, 'The Abstract Blue Background' by LK Holt, 'Decoding Paul Klee’s Mit Grünen Strümpfen (With Green Stockings) 1939' by Katherine Healy, and 'breat More

Natalie J. Doyle reviews 'Revolution' by Emmanuel Macron, translated by Jonathan Goldberg and Juliette Scott and 'The French Exception: Emmanuel Macron: The extraordinary rise and risk' by Adam Plowright

Natalie J. Doyle

After a succession of dramatic political events across the Western world in 2016, all eyes were on the French presidential election when it took place in the first half of 2017. Would the More

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