Rodney Hall is the author of more than thirty books. He has won the Miles Franklin Award twice, for Just Relations (1982) and The Grisly Wife (1994). Many of his novels and poems have been published internationally. An extract from his latest memoir, popeye never told you was published in the May 2010 issue of ABR. Rodney lives in Melbourne.
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- Claire Roberts: Friendship in Art
- The eye’s trade
- New Perspectives
- 2011 Calibre Prize (winner): 'Who Killed Matilda?'
- A definitive biography of Shakespeare’s great rival
- James Bradley reviews 'Purity' by Jonathan Franzen
- Landmines in lexicography
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- Ben Brooker reviews 'Reflections on Gallipoli'
- Heather Henderson (ed.): Letters to My Daughter
- 2013 Calibre Prize (Winner): ‘“Because it’s your country”: Bringing Back the Bones to West Arnhem Land'
- Jolley Prize 2013 (Winner): 'Leaving Elvis' by Michelle Michau-Crawford
- James Der Derian on Edward Snowden and cyber-zombies
- Jolley Prize 2010 (Winner): 'A Roānkin philosophy of poetry' by Maria Takolander
- Anthony Lynch reviews 'Goad Omen' by Corey Wakeling
- Sonya Hartnett revisits 'A Difficult Young Man' by Martin Boyd
- RS White reviews 'Shakespeare, Sex, and Love' by Stanley Wells, 'Shakespeare’s Freedom' by Stephen Greenblatt, and 'Shakespeare’s Individualism' by Peter Holbrook
- Peter Rose on the peculiar charms of E.M. Forster
- Robert Reynolds reviews 'The End of the Homosexual?' by Dennis Altman
- Seamus Heaney: Human Chain; and Dennis O'Driscoll: Stepping Stones