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Books

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What to see, do, read and listen to this summer

Welcome to The Right Now’s bumper summer edition

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“I Became A Mother. And Then I Left My Partner”

When Clementine Ford became a mother, she was unprepared for how much it would upend her life – and how little it would affect her partner’s.

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Which Prize-Winning Books Are Worth Reading in 2021?

One the eve of the Man Booker announcement, we’ve read and reviewed the other prize-winners of 2021

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6 Australian Authors On The Books They’re Excited About

Summer reading starts here

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‘How We Rebuilt Our Relationship After I Tried To Take My Life’

When Oceane Campbell was 18, she attempted suicide. Here, she and her mother, Cécile, reveal how writing about their experiences brought them closer

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It’s Here: Our Review Of Sally Rooney’s New Book

Drumroll please…

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What We’re Not Reading/Watching/Doing This Lockdown

There’s no self-improvement this time round

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‘You Were My Hero. You Still Are’

This Father’s Day, a First Nations writer pens a letter to his dad

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The Book That Divided PRIMER

Meg Mason’s Sorrow and Bliss has become a sleeper hit

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It’s 10 Years Since 50 Shades Of Grey. Does It Still Do It For You?

A lot has happened since EL James’ publishing phenomenon set women’s pulses racing. So, we asked a virgin 50 Shades reader to see if it still stands up, post #MeToo.

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8 New Books To Read This Weekend

Recommended by our favourite, bookish contributors

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Why Shyness Can Be Your Career Superpower

Never underestimate the quiet ones, says the author in her new book