Andrew Fuhrmann

Andrew Fuhrmann
Andrew Fuhrmann is an editor and literary critic. He is a researcher in the Digital Studio at the University of Melbourne and has taught at the Victorian College of the Arts.



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Queer poetics: ‘Family Trees’ and ‘Throat’

Culture

Michael Farrell’s new collection exhibits his idiosyncratic technical strengths, while Ellen van Neerven’s asserts a more direct, and undeniable, voice

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Gossip girl: ‘A Theatre for Dreamers’

Culture

Polly Samson’s depiction of Hydra’s famed cohort of artists in the ’60s suffers from being overly impressed by celebrity

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‘Fathoms: The World in the Whale’ by Rebecca Giggs

Culture

The Australian writer’s lyrical consideration of our relationship with whales is a new and ambitious kind of nature writing

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What dreams may come: ‘Hamnet’

Culture

Shakespeare’s son succumbs to plague as Maggie O’Farrell conjures Elizabethan England

Image of Julian Barnes’s ‘The Man in the Red Coat’

Julian Barnes’s playfully incisive ‘The Man in the Red Coat’

Culture

This biography of a suave Belle Époque physician doubles as a literary response to Brexit



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