A gripping and exhausting, funny and despairing, and completely compelling account of living with grief.
A story of a murder in the 1940s becomes a much bigger, and queerer, tale of Australia’s history.
An investigation into breaking down old ones and making new ones.
Lee’s memoir is a complicated depiction of parents and parenting.
Deborah Levy concisely summarises what makes her own writing so compelling.
A harrowing memoir of growing up gay in regional Australia.
Eating With My Mouth open is an investigation of food, body and memory, and all the things they can mean.
Eggshell Skull is a compelling and infuriating insight into the justice system, and the psychology of victimhood.
The story of a father and daughter, both touched by crippling illness.