Great reads for a long weekend

Great reads for a long weekend

Looking for something to read this long weekend? The Australian Women Writers Challenge database has links to reviews of over 3000 books by Australian women. You can search by genre or year or author or title, or just browse through alphabetically. With a day of...
June 2016 Roundup: Classics and Literary

June 2016 Roundup: Classics and Literary

In recent years, June has been the month we’ve heard the winner of the winner of the Miles Franklin Award. However, this year the announcement has been scheduled for August so we’ll all just have to wait. However, we did have, this month, the announcement...
June 2015 Roundup: Diversity

June 2015 Roundup: Diversity

As part of our focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women writers this month, we very happily featured a guest post by Gayle Kennedy. Gayle, a member of the a member of the Wongaiibon people of South West NSW, is an award-winning author of children’s and...
Q and A with crime author P M Newton

Q and A with crime author P M Newton

P M Newton’s newest crime novel, Beams Falling, has been a favourite with challenge participants, having been reviewed eight times so far this year. It’s the eagerly anticipated sequel to Newton’s acclaimed debut novel The Old School. The Old School...