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Closing Down, by Sally Abbott

Amongst the prizes that contribute to Australia’s literary culture are those that are not for already published works, but have been established to identify emerging writers, and to offer the winners a...

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Ghost Species, by James Bradley

James Bradley OAM is a novelist, essayist, anthologist and critic.  I was prompted to buy his most recent novel Ghost Species after hearing him speak at the 2020 Melbourne Writers Festival, the one...

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When You Wake and Find Me Gone, by Maureen McCarthy

When You Wake and Find Me Gone (2002) is an oldie from the TBR.  I bought it because Maureen McCarthy’s name was familiar from her bestselling novel Queen Kat, Carmel and St Jude Get a Life (1995)...

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Moon Sugar, by Angela Meyer

Moon Sugar is the latest release from Melbourne author Angela Meyer.  Following her debut flash fiction collection Captives (2014, see my review), came her first novel, the award-winning A Superior...

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A House is Built, by M Barnard Eldershaw

Cultural warning: quotations from this novel include racist colonial assumptions about Australia’s First Nations. Alas, despite its lineage in the history of Australian women’s writing, A House is...

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