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This is a book about people who love chickens and about the chickens they love. Their stories are told in words and pictures.
This book offers a vital account of transition and gender identity.
A stunning exploration of grief and love, memory and shame.
This adaptation of Sally Rooney's divisive hit reproduces the complex, deeply felt emotions of the book with painterly direction and terrific acting.
An experimental and thought-provoking essay collection that stays with the reader well past the final page.
Sydney Chamber Opera creates a riveting online experience with works by four female composers.
Nancy uses visual cues and minimalist prose to create an atmospheric, expansive story of melancholy.
Writer Alice Procter encourages the reader to think more critically and challenge the institutionalised paradigms of power and privilege in our museums and art galleries.
Ten comedians take their shows to a global audience with this excellent straight up funny series.
Legislation enacted at a time of crisis has a tendency to erode civil liberties.
Eisenberg can pack all the emotion and insights of a novel into a single short story.
Confident nods to international crime drama make this Indigenous cop franchise a winner on multiple levels.
The highly anticipated first novel from founding editor of The Lifted Brow, Ronnie Scott.
The Animals in That Country is an eerily prescient story of a novel virus which leaves those affected with the ability to communicate with animals.
More diffuse in focus, this season expands the world of its haunted characters, but maintains a tender truth at its heart.
Billed as America's most controversial film, the Blumhouse social thriller spreads its bile on an equal opportunity basis.
An accomplished tale of female friendship notable for its queer representation.
I Am Change is a novel based in truth, and is inspired by the many stories writer Suzy Zail collected from 30 young Ugandan women.
Marshall fuses Australiana with magical realism by blending beast, man, fact and fiction in his debut short story collection.
for social researcher Liz Allen, the study of population, or ‘demography’, is like a real-life Choose Your Own Adventure.
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