“He’d envisaged me as the woman who’d look after the kids, not being a flourishing writer. He didn’t see me as a creative equal,” says the Dissolve author.
- by Robyn Doreian
A mother and daughter set off to Britain with plenty to sort out.
- by Beejay Silcox
Max Barry’s inventive writing has taken another swerve - into the realm of speculative fiction.
- by Cameron Woodhead
Michelle Zauner’s Crying in H Mart is a striking blend of essay and memoir.
- by Steven Carroll
‘Rampaging’ Roy Slaven is getting a little nostalgic. Or at least the man behind the man, writer, actor, presenter and comedian John Doyle, is.
- by Vince Rugari
When writer Stephanie Dowrick met Dr Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr-Baumann at home in the Northern Territory she learnt some important lessons.
- by Stephanie Dowrick
Peter Sutton and Keryn Walshe have mounted an in-depth analysis of Bruce Pascoe’s bestselling book. Do their arguments stack up?
- by Michael Davis
A debut author learns to write “deeper” from the art and passion of her sister Camilla, who lives with Down syndrome.
- by Hannah Bent
Like many another celebrity memoirist, Harry looks set to tell his story with one foot planted mushily in the genre of self-help.
- by David Free
We need a new word to describe those fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
- by David Astle