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Christos Tsiolkas

Unless you happen to be on WordPress now, it’s probably going to be a little late for you; I am currently watching Big Ideas, the ep with an interview by David Marr with Christos Tsiolkas, and it expires at 5PM today, so I hope you get the opportunity to watch it.  921 more words

Film Review Sunday

Characters and Objects


Look at someone’s room and you’ll know something of its owner. The sunroom with a bright rug of crotchet-squares hanging over a wooden rocker. The rumpus room with the giant flat-screened TV and the brick bar in the corner. 234 more words

Fiction

The slap

Yesterday night I finished reading The Slap by Christos Tsiolkas and I already miss its characters.

This novel has been first published in 2008 and it takes place in Melbourne.   148 more words

Melbourne

Review: "Barracuda" by Christos Tsiolkas

Rachel Wilson reviews Christos Tsiolkas’s latest release
Culture

Barracuda

After enjoying The Slap, I looked forward to reading Christos Tsiolkas’ next novel, Barracuda. Barracuda is the story of Danny Kelly, a young Australian competitive swimmer and his journey through the trials of training and competing as a teenager through to failing to make the grade and how he copes, or rather doesn’t cope, with that failure. 321 more words

Books

Sight Lines

There’s a new website for the Anthology I edited and appear in which includes a couple bios for me. It’s pretty cool, you should pick up… 98 more words

Fiction

Recent Reads: 'Barracuda' By Christos Tsiolkas

My thoughts on Barracuda remain divided. Honestly, I didn’t love this novel, but I didn’t hate it either. Having said that, I definitely think you should read it. 243 more words

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