Essays that evoke the feeling of living through environmental crisis.
Review: Shirley by Ronnie Scott
Ronnie Scott renders pre-pandemic life scintillatingly strange.
Review: Hold Your Fire by Chloe Wilson
I screamed, I cackled, I winced my way through these delicious short stories.
Review: Cold Coast by Robyn Mundy
Brings the excitement and adventure of living through the polar night to life.
Review: Marlo by Jay Carmichael
An evocative portrayal of queer life under oppression.
Best books I’ve read 2022
My favourite reads of the year.
Review: Desire by Jessie Cole
A delicate study of needs and desires.
Review: Water Music by Christine Balint
A delicate novella about the production of art.
Review: Against Disappearance (edited by Leah Jing McIntosh and Adolfo Aranjuez)
A challenging, demanding and exciting collection of nonfiction.
Review: Cold Enough For Snow by Jessica Au
A fine and exquisite novella about our most intimate relationships.