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.
A urgent stocktake of the Black Summer, which burned a fifth of Australia’s forests.
A blistering indictment of the treatment of victims of sex crimes by the legal system.
Toxic is a polemic against Tasmania’s farmed salmon industry.
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.
Germaine Greer writes that restoring the land is her proudest achievement.