A whimsical, absurd and transgressive collection of stories about Australian masculinity.
Here Until August is an intriguing collection of 10 short stories. They often feel haunted and uncanny.
I can’t say I enjoyed this book very much – it’s full of domestic tragedy – but I was impressed by its intensely claustrophobic mood.
Alice Munro is often said to be the modern master of short stories. I can see why.
Australia Day is a revealing and uncomfortable diagnosis of Australia’s multicultural insecurities.