The most anticipated Australian indie books of 2021

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After a year that had us all appreciating our local talent, Melissa Cranenburgh looks forward to the small press surprises and stories that talk about our communities.

For me, for many, 2020 forced an appreciation of the hyper local. Especially in Melbourne, where – for months on end – people were confined to long hours at home and short forays in a tight 5km radius. Daily walks a kind of neo-Victorian perambulation: out for exercise, but also to see and be seen.

Melissa Cranenburgh

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