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- Tár (Todd Field 2022) 27 January 2023A brilliant performance by Kate Blanchett. I think the fuss about it is part of the all too usual pre-Oscars nastiness.
- Fear Agent Final edition volume 2 (Rick Remender and others 2018) 26 January 2023The second half of my annual comics gift.
- Fear Agent Final edition volume 1 (Rick Remender and others 2018) 24 January 2023The first half of my annual gift of comics
- Overland 247 (ed Evelyn Araluen & Jonathan Dunk, Winter 2022) 21 January 2023This issue kicks off with an excellent essay on Wake in Fright, the novel and the movie.
- SBS On Demand: Pandore (2022) 21 January 2023A Belgian political thriller.
- Tár (Todd Field 2022) 27 January 2023
TagsABC Alison Croggon art Australian Women Writers Challenge children's literature comics David Brooks David Malouf doggerel editing Elizabeth McMahon First Nations history Jeff Sparrow Jennifer Maiden journals Marcel Proust memoir non-fiction Novel NSWPLA Overland Pam Brown phone photo poetry Quarterly Essay science fiction/fantasy Sydney Writers' Festival The School Magazine translation
- Rick Remender’s Fear Agent 1 & 2
- Summer reads 7: Gabriel Zaid’s So Many Books
- Summer reads 6: Jane Gibian’s Beneath the Tree Line
- Summer reads 5: Claire Potter’s Acanthus
- Middlemarch: Progress report 3
- Summer reads 4: Javier Zamora’s Unaccompanied
- Summer reads 3: Tracy Ryan’s Rose Interior
- Summer reads 2: The Gleaner Song Lin
- Summer reads 1: Mario Vargas Llosa in praise of reading and fiction
- End of year lists 2022
- Jessica Au’s cold enough for snow
- Journal Catch-up 16
- Kathryn Mannix With the End in Mind
- Michael Galvin’s Ben Book
- Aly and Stephens, Uncivil Wars
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Moreno Giovannoni, The Fireflies of Autumn and other tales of San Ginese (Black Inc 2018) The Fireflies of Autumn begins with a bang. To be more precise, one of its first stories is a tall tale involving a vast explosion … Continue reading
I was in England when last year’s Sydney Writers’ Festival broke away from its harbourside venue, so this is my first Festival at the Carriageworks. I miss stepping out of dim rooms full of bright words into the dazzle, or … Continue reading
Elizabeth McMahon and David Brooks (editors), Southerly Vol 75 No 3 2015: War and Peace (The Journal of the English Association, Sydney, Brandl & Schlesinger 2016) In last May’s Quarterly Essay, Blood Year, David Kilkullen quoted Trotsky: ‘You may not be interested in … Continue reading
Elizabeth McMahon and David Brooks (editors), Southerly Vol 75 No 1 2015: Elemental (The Journal of the English Association, Sydney, Brandl & Schlesinger) Rhyme #4: What’s in a title (with anagrams)? Blow the wind southerly, Southerly, southerly, rattle our windows and … Continue reading