A Q&A with Emma Marie Jones, author of ‘What’s It Going To Be, Hon?’.
A Q&A with Alexander Bennetts, author of ‘Down In The Valley’.
You’re on the decking of our Christmas Hills house, the Yarra Valley stretching out like patchwork between your knees.
There is nothing uniquely ‘Canberra’ about our apartment. It is a generic yellow block, built in the ’90s, with a manicured yard and a body corporate that sends us letters we never read.
A Q&A with Alice Bishop, author of ‘Burning The House’.
If northern NSW has ever had a ‘type’ of house, it’s a fibro two-storey with seams on the outside and a massive backyard, built high to avoid the floods.
While the city flooded, one of the timber stilts holding up my mother’s house uprooted.
A Q&A with Alan Vaarwerk, author of ‘Urchins’.
A Q&A with Emily O’Grady, author of ‘Living Things’.
One-story brick, Queenslanders on stilts, art deco units, and a narrow terrace house.