Lucy Wood’s ‘The Sing of the Shore’ transports its readers to the Cornish coast, a beautiful place you […]

Three girls went out to play. Only two came back. You’ll never forget the Flower Girls. The book […]

The intersection between literature and photography is a place I like to occupy.  Photos are a catalyst for […]

This book is an emotional rollercoaster from start to finish and I loved every minute. To think this […]

Acclaim follows David Means. Nominated for a Man Booker [for his novel ‘Hystopia’] and with four short story […]

‘Inspired by notions of the animalistic, Humanagerie is a vivid exploration of the nebulous intersection between human and […]

Defy the darkness. Defend the light. I was lucky enough to get an ARC of book two in […]

When it comes to the canon of literature, Australian writers do not get nearly enough credit. This review […]

There are times, when reading a short story collection, that my interest dips. I’m half-way through, around four […]

I came to John Niven’s novella with only a vague awareness of his work (plenty of people have […]