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Selection Day tracks the odyssey of Manju as he struggles with the transition from adolescence to manhood.
What actually happened during Agatha Christie's lost days?
George Gittoes has more lives than an extra lucky cat!
An intriguing mystery thriller set in country Victoria and lovingly described by an author with close personal ties to the land.
A fascinating setting plays backdrop to run-of-the-mill family melodrama.
A great read for those who know clowns and those who want to know more about them beyond the red nose and the white face.
This edition is as sharp as ever, with its sight set on the queer unconscious and experiences of women.
In August 1966, some 200 Gurindji people, led by Vincent Lingiari, walked off in protest.
Looking for lazy, self-obsessed millennials? You’ve come to the wrong place.
Mysteries abound in a bleak country town.
Mysterious and intriguing; hidden family secrets are revealed.
Life and art explosively collide in this magnificent, deeply moving novel.
The disquiet bones of the dead are buried beneath Russia.
A novel about the mother, the father and the Holy Ghost.
Worthwhile insights into the human condition.
The latest issue of this literary journal is a publication not to be missed.
A compelling spy story, a black comedy, a war story, The Sympathizer is also a piercing, revealing look at American attitudes to Asia and Asians.
A surprising, diverse, and engaging collection of short fiction.
Roman Krznaric speaks on empathy - an overriding theme of the 2016 Perth International Arts Festival.
Masculinity, climate change in speculative fiction, and Magda Szubanski were among the attractions of the festival's first day.
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