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#AWW 2019-2021

2021:

  1. Stories from the Warm Zone – Jessica Anderson (1987)REVIEW
  2. Song of the Crocodile – Nardi Simpson  REVIEW
  3. Fire Front – edited by Alison Whittaker (2020) REVIEW
  4. The New Ships – Kate Duignan  REVIEW
  5. Reaching Tin River – Thea Astley  REVIEW
  6. Everything Happens for a Riesling – G. de Morgan  REVIEW

2020

  1. Nganajungu YaguC. P. Green 
  2. We Can’t Say We Didn’t Know – Sophie McNeill
  3. Fallen – Lucie Morris-Marr
  4. Argosy – Bella Li
  5. Dolores – L.A. Curtis
  6. The Altar Boys – S. Smith
  7. Icefall – S. Gunn
  8. Penny Wong – M. Simons
  9. Things I Thought ToTell You Since I Saw You Last – P. Layland
  10. Empirical – Lisa Gorton 
  11. Wild Sea: history of the southern ocean – J. McCann 
  12. Marriages  ( 6 short stories) Amy Witting* 
  13. The High Places (13 short stories) F. McFarlane 
  14. Transparency – (play)  Suzie Miller
  15. Wild Sea: history of the southern ocean – J. McCann 
  16. Ruby Moonlight – Ali C. Eckermann  (SA) – (poetry)
  17. An Item from the Late News – T. Astley (QLD) (novel)
  18. After the Count – Stephanie Convery (NF)
  19. The Yield – T. J. Winch (fiction)

#AWW2019   Australian Women Writers  Challenge

  1. Trace: who killed Maria James? – R. Brown – READ  #AWW2019
  2. Boy Overboard – P. Cornelius (play) – READ #AWW2019
  3. A Woman’s Experiences in the Great War – L. Mack – READ #AWW2
  4. The Bridge – E. Gandolfo – READ #StellaPrize Shortlist 2019
  5. Too Much LipM. LucashenkoREAD #StellaPrize Shortlist 2019
  6. AxiomaticM. TumarkinREAD #StellaPrize Shortlist 2019 (essays)
  7. Pink Mountain on Locust IslandJ.M. LauREAD #StellaPrize Shortlist 2019
  8. Aunts Up the Cross – R. Dalton – READ #AWW2019 (memoir)
  9. Small Acts of Disappearance: Essays on Hunger (essays) – F. Wright – READ #AWW2019
  10. Can You Tolerate This? – A. Young – READ #AWW2019
  11. The Radio Room – Cilla McQueen (34 poems) – READ #AWW2019 (NZ)
  12. The Almighty Sometimes – K. Feaver (play) – READ WINNER NSW Lit Prize Playwriting 2018
  13. Tilt Kate Lilley – READ (38 poems)  WINNER Victorian Premier’s Award 2019
  14. Beyond Words: A Year with Kenneth Cook – J. Kent – READ  #AWW2019
  15. This  Mortal Boy – F. Kidman – READ –  WINNER Ockham Prize for Fiction 2019
  16. Black is the New White – N. Lui – READ – WINNER NSW Lit Prize for Playwriting 2018
  17. Ritual – Maxine Beneba Clarke (poem) – READ #AWW2019
  18. Not Just Black and White – L and T Williams, mother and daughter – READ  #AWW2019
  19. Blakwork – Alison Whittaker (94 poems) – READ “Cotton On” (pg 15) (review)
  20. Title poem: “Blakwork” Alison Whittaker – READ  (pg 3)
  21. We Can Make a Life – C. Henry – READ (NZ)
  22. Driving Into The Sun – M. Polain – READ
  23. Are Friends Electric ? – H. Heath (Ockham NZ Award poetry 2019) – READ  (57 poems)
  24. My Name is Revenge – A. K. Blunt – READ
  25. Lemons in the Chicken Wire – A. Whittaker READ (50 poems)
  26. Fast Talking PI – Selina Tusitala Marsh – READ (32 poems)
  27. Broken – M.A. Butler  (play) – READ
  28. Everywhere I Look (essays) – Helen Garner – READ
  29.  A Kindness Cup -Thea Astley – #AusReadingMonth 2019
  30. The Endsister – Penni Russon – READ  #AUSReadingMonth 2019
  31. Sea People – C. Thompson – READ – #AusReadingMonth 2019 – NSW 2019 History Award
  32. Dr Space Junk vs Universe: Archaeology the Future – A. Gorman #AUSReadingMonth 2019
  33. The Phoenix Years – Madeleine O’Dea –  #AUSReadingMonth 2019
  34. An Unconventional Wife: Life of Julia Sorell Arnold – Mary Hoban – #AUSReadingMonth 2019
  35. Adani: Following Its Dirty Footsteps – L. Simpson – #AUSReadingMonth 2019
  36. It’s Raining in Mango – Thea Astley –  #AusReadingMonth 2019
  37. Troll Hunting – Ginger Gorman – #AusReadingMonth 2019
  38. The Thinking Woman – J. van Loon – #AusReadingMonth 2019
  39. Boys Will Be Boys – Clementine Ford – #AusReadingMonth 2019
  40. Nine Lives: Postwar Women Writers Making Their MarkS. Sheriden
  41. Drylands – Thea Astley
  42. Catching Teller Crow – A. and E. Kwaymullina