Catherine Noske

2017 Books of the Year

Australian Book Review
24 November 2017

To celebrate the best books of 2017 Australian Book Review invited nearly forty contributors to nominate their favourite titles. Contributors include Michelle de Kretser, Susan Wy More

Catherine Noske reviews 'Terra Nullius' by Claire G. Coleman

Catherine Noske
24 November 2017

It is hard to review a novel when you don’t want to discuss two-thirds of it – not because it is not worth discussing, but because doing so risks undermining the genius of the novel’ More

Catherine Noske reviews 'Datsunland' by Stephen Orr

Catherine Noske
29 May 2017

Datsunland, a collection of short stories and the latest from Stephen Orr, is in many ways flawed. The collection is uneven: the final (titular) work is a novella previously published in a 2016 issue of Griffith Review, which overwhelms the earlier, shorter stories, exhibiting the depth and nuance which several others lack. The narratives and chara ... More

Books of the Year 2016

Sheila Fitzpatrick et al.
23 November 2016

Originally published in German, Albrecht Dümling’s The Vanished Musicians: Jewish refugees in Australia More

Episode #5: Peter Rose in conversation with Westerly editor Catherine Noske

04 August 2016

Catherine Noske, editor of Westerly Magazine, recently spent time at the ABR office in Melbourne, thanks to a we More

News from the Editor's Desk - September 2016

29 August 2016

News from the the Editor's Desk in the September issue of Australian Book Review.

More