Now is the perfect time to catch up on the best books, films, television shows and podcasts you might have missed. Here are five books by young Australian writers.
Ellena Savage’s personal essays are memoir and anti-memoir, personal yet expansive.
Ellen van Neerven’s second collection of poetry is grounded in love, language and land.
Laura McPhee-Browne’s debut is a whirlwind of travel, friendship and self-discovery.
Laura Elizabeth Woollett breathes life into the story of a woman pulled into cult leader Jim Jones’ orbit.
The Lost Arabs
Omar Sakr’s visceral poetry moves seamlessly between sexuality, divinity and conflict.