by Bronwyn. [Mary Gaunt was] an extraordinary woman. Independent and adventurous as well as articulate, opinionated and determined, in a time when women were not encouraged to be any of these things.
by Bill Holloway. A review of the first biography of Katharine Susannah Prichard since her son, Ric Throssell’s Wild Weeds and Windflowers (1975)
by Nathan Hobby. “Australian literature is … astir with great things; growing daily in power and freedom.” KSP
A wallaby would have done just as well as a human being to endure the nothingness of existence as it has been known to me
by Stacey Roberts. “Not only was there a helpful, exhaustive list of female Australian writers, but they were in chronological order and had a direct link to their works.”