Archive for the ‘21st century’ Category

Paris Savages, by Katherine Johnson

Posted by: Lisa Hill on October 14, 2019

The Unknown Judith Wright, by Georgina Arnott

Posted by: Lisa Hill on October 13, 2019

Less, by Andrew Sean Greer

Posted by: Lisa Hill on October 10, 2019

Rosa, Memories With Licence – a template for other writers?

Posted by: Lisa Hill on October 10, 2019

Book Review: Rosa: Memories With Licence by Ros Collins

Posted by: Lisa Hill on October 9, 2019

Field of Poppies, by Carmel Bird

Posted by: Lisa Hill on October 6, 2019

The Valley, by Steve Hawke

Posted by: Lisa Hill on October 2, 2019

Blood Kin, by Ceridwen Dovey

Posted by: Lisa Hill on September 29, 2019

Maybe the Horse Will Talk, by Elliot Perlman

Posted by: Lisa Hill on September 27, 2019

Jasmine Days, by Benyamin, translated by Shahnaz Habib

Posted by: Lisa Hill on September 25, 2019

Bruny, by Heather Rose

Posted by: Lisa Hill on September 24, 2019

Just Add Love, by Irris Makler

Posted by: Lisa Hill on September 23, 2019

She Would Be King, by Wayétu Moore

Posted by: Lisa Hill on September 21, 2019

The Flight of Birds, by Joshua Lobb

Posted by: Lisa Hill on September 18, 2019

Dancing the Death Drill, by Fred Khumalo

Posted by: Lisa Hill on September 16, 2019

The Kowloon Kid, a Hong Kong childhood, by Phil Brown

Posted by: Lisa Hill on September 13, 2019

Minotaur, by Peter Goldsworthy

Posted by: Lisa Hill on September 8, 2019

The Dismissal Dossier, by Jenny Hocking

Posted by: Lisa Hill on September 7, 2019