One of the important and treasured parts of Antipodes is opening up conversations around new and vital literary works created in Australia and New Zealand, and reviews are a key part of this global interaction.
If you have a book for review, or have queries regarding Antipodes' reviews, please contact Richard Carr at firstname.lastname@example.org or write to Richard Carr, Dept. of English, University of Alaska, Fairbanks AK 99775. We look forward to hearing from you.
The forthcoming December 2015 issue of Antipodes will contain cover art of pelicans by the Sydney artist Ruth Law; essays by Niki Tulk on Alex Miller; David Carter on the Australian books America also read; Paul Genoni and Tanya Dalziell on Redmond Frankton "Bim" Wallis; Oliver Haag and Danica Cerce on Witi Ihimaera; Jack Bowers on autography; John Beston on Patrick White and Lewis Carroll; Stefan Solomon on Gerald Murnane and film; Robert Clarke and Sharon Thomas on digital narratives in the classroom; R. A, Goodrich and Alison Burns on Christina Stead and Georges Polti; Wenche Ommundsen and Huang Zhong on Ouyang Yu; Tim Steians on Paddy O'Reilly; Bei Chen on Brian Castro; creative nonfiction by Stephen Oliver; fiction by Janet Kaye Garrick, Liz Argall, Carolnie Flood, Mark O'Flynn, and Greg Bogaerts; reviews of Thomas Beebee (by Christina Spittel) and Stephen Edgar (by Umit Singh Dhuga).