A furious and thrilling novel about the “lives you might have had.”
My pick of the recent Melbourne Queer Film Festival.
A tremendously rewarding novel about love in the cruellest of places.
A tale of despair, illness and poverty that captures the swooping highs and devastating lows of life.
Lesbians! Cowboys! Argentina!
These are brutal, bruised poems, like desert storms, lit with lightning strokes of beauty.
Cherry Beach is a painful portrait of millennial queer life, and agonising desire.
Cleanness is a book of lofty ideas, grounded in the flesh.
The tradition is violation: of the land, of women, and especially black men’s bodies.
A story of gay frenemy-ship set in share-house inner Melbourne, uncovering uncomfortable truths about queer life and love.