Australian Literary Review out today
Just a reminder that The Australian Literary Review is available free in today’s issue of The Australian. Selected reviews, excerpts etc are available over at the ALR website, but since you can have the hard copy for nix by buying the paper, why not buy the real thing? Highlights include a review of David Malouf’s stunning new novel, Ransom by Alberto Manguel, a review of Duncan Wu’s study of Hazlitt, William Hazlitt: The First Modern Man, by James Ley (not online) and a piece on the graphic novel by Cefn Ridout (also not online). For more information check out the ALR website, or ALR editor Stephen Romei’s blog, A Pair of Ragged Claws.
Often quite hard to get an Oz the next day around here. Maybe my husband will skive one from work for me.