'Award-winning writers Ceridwen Dovey and Louis Nowra are at the new frontier of literature: audiobooks, writes Stephen Romei'
'Back in 2013, JM Coetzee, a writer whose fictions had long combined philosophical investigation, formal experiment and political engagement, published a novel that seemed in some respects typically ‘‘Coetzean’’. Yet it unfolded in a manner unlike anything he had written before.' (Introduction)
'This follow-up novel is as much about the protagonist’s personal growth in facing his demons as it is about crime in a small town, writes Robyn Walton'
'Recently released collections of the works of four Australian poets, past and present, showcase different styles and influences, writes fellow poet Geoff Page.'
'The two Great Peters of Australian crime fiction — Temple and Corris — died within six months of one another last year. Each has a posthumous collection of shorter works published for the Christmas market: Temple’s The Red Hand and Corris’s See You at the Toxteth.' (Introduction)