The Rain Heron is a fable about environmental exploitation.
Eating With My Mouth open is an investigation of food, body and memory, and all the things they can mean.
A virtuosic collection of essays about the meanings we invest in nature and animals.
A furious and thrilling novel about the “lives you might have had.”
A potent depiction of a time and a place, and seething critique of corruption.
An accomplished novel that forensically examines misogyny in all its forms.
My pick of the recent Melbourne Queer Film Festival.
Collisions aims to “shift the Australian imaginary”.
A beautiful, profoundly moving tribute to the relationship between mother and daughter.
Germaine Greer writes that restoring the land is her proudest achievement.