Eight icy cold reads from Text guaranteed to keep the temperature down.
Our latest Text Classic, Madame Midas by Fergus Hume, is a gripping tale of greed and intrigue. Clare Wright’s introduction also brings to life the real Madame Midas, Alice Cornwell, our first female mining magnate. Read an extract from Hume’s goldfields mystery here.
In a world of post-truth and alternative facts, read a timely essay from Griffith Review 55: State of Hope. This quarter’s theme is South Australia. Tory Shepherd’s In the Dark: when ‘truthiness’ eclipses truth discusses how South Australia can steer us back into the waters of sanity.
Stephen Greenall, author of the Winter Traffic talks to us about crime writing, illicit living and Sydney’s zoological ferocity.