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The development of Cass’ third novel is assisted by a grant gratefully received from the Australia Council for the Arts.
Her stories feature histories, memories and secrets and the way in which troubled families function.
Our first Brisbane Literary Mafia zoomcast featured Bri Lee with the question WHAT PROJECT SHOULD I WORK ON NEXT? Join Krissy Kneen and I with our second special guest Mirandi Riwoe discussing RESEARCHING HIDDEN HISTORIES on the last Monday of the month, 27 July, and then BrisLitMafia #3 on Monday 31 August with author and advocate Tracey Spicer talking WRITING (OR NOT WRITING!) IN A PANDEMIC. And as always, my five recommended reading titles by Australian authors each month. It’s FUN and it’s FREE but please book to receive your zoom link.
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Those of you who are parents of more than one will know that feeling when your second child is about to arrive and you cannot imagine you will love them any more than you love your first. For Trent Dalton fans, it will be difficult to envisage feeling as much for anyone other than Eli Bell from his debut novel Boy Swallows Universe, but be prepared to watch your love expand, because Molly Hook has arrived. Dalton’s new book All Our Shimmering Skies (4th Estate Harper Collins 2020) gifts us another child protagonist that will capture your heart and open your eyes to wonder.read more…
As soon as I heard Meg Mason’s new novel described as ‘Fleabag in a book’, I knew I wanted to read Sorrow and Bliss (4th Estate Harper Collins 2020). And this sharp, darkly hilarious, endlessly insightful writing, this heart-breaking dissection of a marriage, this poignant years-long examination of mental health and the consequences of labels, diagnoses and misdiagnoses, this highly original story, entirely lives up to the hype.read more…
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