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Libby Gleeson’s ‘Red’

Spring-boarding off the recent wave of global natural disasters (particularly Queensland), Gleeson does a chillingly effective job of destroying all that is familiar and safe. Like Red, the reader is displaced, allowing a space in which to explore these difficult issues of loss, impermanence and homelessness while creating empathy for...

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