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Award-winning journalist Rebecca Traister (Good and Mad) and bestselling novelist Meg Wolitzer (The Wife and The Female Persuasion) have contributed to important conversations about women’s lives and feminism through their acclaimed works. They are joined by Lisa Lucas to discuss the evolving articulation of female empowerment on the page and why once unsung and sidelined stories of female strength, friendship and mentorship are newly popular today.
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An explosive and unforgettable novel, Sweetness and Light confirms Liam Pieper’s place as one of our country’s finest, sharpest writers. Racing from the beaches of Goa to the streets of Delhi and the jungles of Tamil Nadu, we meet an expat Australian grifter running low-stakes scams and an...
Published 05/25/20
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Published 05/20/20
The explosive second poetry collection from acclaimed Mununjali Yugambeh writer Ellen van Neerven, Throat, explores love, language and land. The winner of the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards Indigenous Writers’ Prize, Ellen has been described by Maxine Beneba Clarke (The Hate Race) as a young...
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