Books Available for Review

An Open Book by David Malouf

Autonomy: a book about taking our selves back edited by Kathy D’Arcy (eBook)

Chromatic by Paul Munden

Collected Short Fiction by Gerald Murnane

Echoland by Helen Lambert

Fingertip of the Tongue by Sarah Rice

Green Point Bearings by Kathryn Fry

How To Bake A Planet by Pete Mullineaux

Intatto. Intact: Ecopoesia. Ecopoetry by Massimo D’Arcangelo, Anne Elvey, Helen Moore. Edited and translated from English by Francesca Cosi and Alessandra Repossi; translated from Italian by Todd Portnowitz. Foreword by Serenella Iovino.

João by John Mateer

Legacy by Julie Watts

Luxembourg by Stephen Oliver

Neat Snakes by Martin Langford

Open Door by John Kinsella

Play With Knives & Play With Knives Two: Complicity by Jennifer Maiden

Play With Knives Three & Play With Knives Four by Jennifer Maiden

Play With Knives: Five: George and Clare, The Malachite and the Diamonds by Jennifer Maiden

Poor Man’s Coat: Hardanger Poems by Kit Kelen

scavenger’s season by Christopher (Kit) Kelen

Selected Poems 1967–2018 by Jennifer Maiden

Stone Mother Tongue by Annamaria Weldon

Sun Music: New and Selected Poems by Judith Beveridge

Swamp: Walking the Wetlands of the Swan Coastal Plain. Poems by Nandi Chinna

the days pass without name: Poems and photos by Di Cousens

The Sky Runs Right Through Us by Reneé Pettitt-Schipp

The World Was Whole by Fiona Wright

Walk Back Over by Jeanine Leane

 

Our notes for reviewers are here. If you would like to review a book, email Anne Elvey: info.plumwoodmountain@gmail.com

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