One of the great pleasures of reading is discovering a novel that feels like it was written just for you. Perhaps it speaks to a unique
This coming Saturday, I will have the privilege of hosting a conversation with authors Iain Pears and Félix J. Palma at the Perth Writers Festival.
Before I get lost amidst the plethora of books and films that are bound to envelop me in 2016, it’s time to look back on
It’s hard to believe that only two years ago, I’d never read a Margaret Atwood novel. Somewhere between then and now, I’ve fallen hopelessly in
One of my favourite moments from Star Wars isn’t even in the movies. It’s at the end of The Courtship of Princess Leia, the novel
It’s the sort of whispered confession that would attract judgmental frowns or raised eyebrows. I feel like I’ve said something sacrilegious. Why would I do