My review of Spinifex Press’s reissue of The Coral Battleground by Judith Wright is up now at Verity La.
Proud o’ this one – The Coral Battleground has become something of a conservationist classic – because of Wright’s measured, sober tone, but also because it is genuinely inspiring, a testament to the power of people. But, as mentioned in the review, Wright’s story is sadly as relevant now as ever.
Big thanks, as always, to Nigel.
My review of Juno & Hannah – a Gothic story about two sisters who escape from an insular religious community and set in the bush in 1920s New Zealand – by Beryl Fletcher is up now at Verity La.
With thanks to Mr Featherstone.
I have some fiction up at Verity La this morning, a short story titled Dancers in Violet. If you read it, I hope you enjoy it.
Praise is once again due to Nigel.
My review of Great Western Highway: A Love Story (Capital, Volume One, Part Two) by Anthony Macris is now up at Verity La.
All praise is again due to Mr Featherstone.
P.S. My 2011 VL interview with Tony about his nonfiction release When Horse Became Saw can be read here.
P.P.S. Be brave.