Inside the Australian and New Zealand book industry

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Going the distance: Josephine Rowe on ‘A Loving, Faithful Animal’

‘I think structurally, tonally, Australian literature does allow for a certain amount of capaciousness and narrative drift. A more open idea of what shape a story might take. Often, when I pick up a work by an Australian writer, I have the sense of stepping into a room with a...

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