A warm and erudite biography of love between to women in the early 20th century.
A big history of people that demolishes the myth of progress.
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.
A safari through time with an urgent message about the future.
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.
A gripping, frightening and weirdly hopeful look at the lengths we’ll have to go to to fix global problems.