A gorgeous and liberatory collection of illustrated essays and memoir.
Tag: Stella Prize
Review: Homecoming by Elfie Shiosaki
A stunning reimagining of the archives to reveal the people within them.
Review: Bodies Of Light by Jennifer Down
A novel of surviving extraordinary trials.
Review: Witness by Louise Milligan
A blistering indictment of the treatment of victims of sex crimes by the legal system.
Review: Revenge by S. L. Lim
A furious and thrilling novel about the “lives you might have had.”
Review: There Was Still Love by Favel Parrett
A sweet and simple story about growing up in parallel worlds, Melbourne and Prague in 1980.
Review: See What You Made Me Do by Jess Hill
See What You Made Me Do goes beyond headlines to uncover the horrifying scale of domestic abuse in Australia.
Review: The Weekend by Charlotte Wood
A hilarious novel about mortality and ageing.
Review: The Yield by Tara June Winch
The Yield offers a generous and quietly radical vision of a possible Australia.
Review: Here Until August by Josephine Rowe
Here Until August is an intriguing collection of 10 short stories. They often feel haunted and uncanny.