Bec Kavanagh is a writer, literary critic and academic. Her research explores representation of female bodies in literature, and she is the schools manager at the Wheeler Centre for Books, Writing and Ideas.
By this author
All things considered: Emily Maguire’s ‘Love Objects’
The Australian writer’s latest novel portrays hoarding with an acute understanding of the deeply human desire to connect
Australian gothic: ‘The Mother Fault’
Kate Mildenhall’s unrelenting thriller writes into the space between the domestic and the political
Towards redemption: Sofie Laguna’s ‘Infinite Splendours’
The Miles Franklin–winning author’s latest novel is an invasive, challenging story of child abuse and its repercussions
By logging in you agree to our
Terms of service and
If you're an existing print subscriber,
and you have never logged in, you may need
to activate your Schwartz Media account.
We're here to help. Email us at [email protected]
Freecall 1800 077 514 (Australia only)