Thoughts on Natalia Ginzburg’s All Our Yesterdays.
Bodies of Light is a beautifully controlled account of a life devastated by systemic failure.
On Jessica Au’s novel Cold Enough for Snow (2022), the winner of the Inaugural Novel Prize.
The literary maze of 'The Idiot' novelises the mundanity of campus life.
Zines can be anything its writers desire. Accordingly, they’re a space for the marginalised to design their future.
On literary self-indulgence.
On the Scandinavian noir novel.
Building family brick by brick.
Longing for long-form.
On the Australian author.