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From matzo balls to footballs

May 18, 2017 by  

Yvette Wroby has written a love story about family and footy, a story which involves both matzo balls and footballs. [Read more]

A history of Jews in the military

March 26, 2017 by  

Mark Dapin’s new book Jewish Anzacs: Jews in the Australian Military will be released next month. [Read more]

“Smitten by Catherine”: A book review by Ron Jontof-Hutter

March 15, 2017 by  

Henry Lew has written a colourful book about Catherine da Costa bringing to life the times in which she lived and describing her world in interesting and compelling detail. [Read more]

The Trombone Man: Tales of a Misogynist…a book review by Jasmin Albert

December 15, 2016 by  

Ron J. Hutter has written a provocative, entertaining and thoughtful novel that explores the problem of antisemitism in a very original way. [Read more]

The Toymaker…a book review by Nina Gallo

December 5, 2016 by  

We all bring certain expectations when we begin to read a novel. The nostalgic, pastel cover art and benign blurb on the back of Liam Pieper’s The Toymaker suggests that his book will fall neatly into the canon of Australian Holocaust literature, an unflinching story that explores the human capacity for evil, but settles eventually on the enduring triumph of the human spirit. [Read more]

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