Whereas we write and speak as members of a small minority of marginal voices, our journalistic and academic critics belong to a wealthy system of interlocking informational and academic resources [...]
A beautiful review of The Historian's Daughter by the lovely Lisa Hill from ANZ lit lovers blog.
Honoured to be featured in Amanda Curtin's blog alongside Karen Overman.
It all started when the doorbell rang and my grandmother allowed Fidel Castro to sweep past her to where my mother lay on a low divan piled high with [...]
I first met Shokoofeh Azar in Fremantle about 3 years ago after reading a story she had published in the Westerly. Within 5 minutes we were chatting as if we [...]
While I hesitate to give more air time to a woman known best for saying things I find hard not to take personally, the fact that Pauline Hanson is back [...]
Here's a guest post on Amanda Curtin's blog, ahead of the launch of The Historian's Daughter on 31st August.
This story was first published by Sonic Boom in 2015 and the fact that we are still 'debating' the incarceration of human beings in detention centres, saddens me deeply. Here's [...]
My publishers have just told me that The Historian's Daughter is now featured on their website as a forthcoming title. This is tremendously exciting and is now starting to feel [...]
A few months ago I was invited by Cafe Dissensus to guest edit a special issue on Female Genital Mutilation in India. A topic close to my heart, for [...]
I have been doing a bit of that lately - neglecting the blog, I mean. I've been immersed in submissions for two journals I'm currently editing (both, as guest editor). [...]