With April just around the corner, I wanted to share a little bit of what I have planned for this space now that most of my back catalogue of book reviews has made it onto the blog.
While we’ve been heavily book focused since the relaunch, the time has definitely come for me to branch out a little and start writing about my other passions – namely feminism, history, art, movies, and video games.
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Underdog is a collection of short stories, collected from upcoming and unpublished Australian YA fiction writers. Edited by (and featuring contributions from) Tobias Madden and Sarah Taviana, Underdog celebrates a uniquely Australian genre, one as diverse and emotive as the country in which it is written.
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Anna Spargo-Ryan’s The Paper House was one of the first books I read for The AU Review. Posted all the way back in June 2016, my review predates the days when our book editor (hey Simon!) wanted punchy titles and fancy headers and those blasted star ratings.
You know what else it predates? Me being actually any good at reviews.
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