Christmas in July #1: Book review of Twelve Nights by Andrew Zurcher

  There is something deliciously wonderful about subsuming yourself in any book that takes places at Christmas, even if like Andrew Zurcher’s debut novel, Twelve Nights, it is more situational than thematic. There might be little that is innately festive in Zurcher’s lustrously-novel but that is in fact it’s greatest Continue Reading

Book review: Autonomous by Annalee Newitz

  Unfettered modern capitalism, whatever your view of it, and for most people, billionaires and power brokers aside, it’s not a favourable one, is having quite the heyday of late. Governments regularly spruik its multitudinous benefits, throwing around words like “efficiency” and “market-driven” like their confetti at a neverending, privately-funded Continue Reading

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