December 22nd, 2013
Episode 13 of 236 episodes
Today Books+ is bursting with Australian fiction published this year, from both new and established writers. The late Christopher Koch discusses his very last novel Lost Voices; Krissy Kneen on the challenge of writing non-erotic fiction, while Melissa Lucashenko talks about the ways in which indigenous writers have to tread carefully in writing about identity.
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