Event info May 2021
Reading like an Australian writer — Panel Discussion with Avid Reader

Join editor and moderator, Belinda Castles as she engages our expert panel including Anna Spargo-Ryan, Hoa Pham, Mykaela Saunders and Ashley Hay discussing Reading like an Australian Writer. This online event is hosted by Avid Reader.

Media release May 2021
Australian Book Design Awards shortlist announced

Two NewSouth books have been shortlisted for the 69th Australian Book Design Awards.

Article May 2021
Gender Politics: a call for change and open conversation
Zareh Ghazarian and Katrina Lee-Koo

Zareh Ghazarian and Katrina Lee-Koo, the editors of Gender Politics, discuss the fraught conversations taking place around gender and political leadership in Australia.

Article May 2021
Gender Politics

Gender Politics: Navigating Political Leadership in Australia edited by Zareh Ghazarian and Katrina Lee-Koo

Article April 2021
Cultured Meat: The future of food?
Elana Canty

Imagine biting into a juicy steak. Pink and medium–rare on the inside, perfectly seared on the outside. Texture, flavour, appearance – it seems like meat, because it is. But it’s never been anywhere near a cow. It may sound bizarre, but this could be the food of the future.

Article April 2021
Failures of Command: Foreword

Failures of Command: The death of Private Robert Poate by Hugh Poate

Article March 2021

Radicals: Remembering the Sixties by Meredith Burgmann and Nadia Wheatley

Article March 2021
Derrick VC in his own words

Derrick VC in his own words: The wartime writings of Australia's most famous fighting soldier of World War II edited by Mark Johnston

Article March 2021
Beyond Climate Grief

Beyond Climate Grief: A journey of love, snow, fire and an enchanted beer can by Jonica Newby

Article March 2021
The Missing Among Us

The Missing Among Us by Erin Stewart

Article March 2021
Amnesia Road

Amnesia Road: Landscape, violence and memory by Luke Stegemann

Article February 2021
Coming of Age in the War on Terror

Coming of Age in the War on Terror by Randa Abdel-Fattah