Stephanie Bishop

Stephanie Bishop WRITERS & CONTRIBUTORS

22 ENTRIES Stephanie Bishop is a lecturer in creative writing at the University of New South Wales. Her new novel is Man Out of Time.



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‘Second Place’ by Rachel Cusk

After her landmark ‘Outline’ trilogy, the author’s latest novel is inspired by a memoir about D.H. Lawrence in New Mexico

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‘On the Line’ by Joseph Ponthus

Poetry is found in the processing plants of Brittany

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‘The Lying Life of Adults’ by Elena Ferrante

The Neapolitan author returns to characters driven by compulsions and tensions of class

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‘Strange Hotel’ by Eimear McBride

A woman unceasingly travels to contend with the inertia of grief, in the latest novel from the author of ‘A Girl Is a Half-formed Thing’

Cover of ‘The Man Who Saw Everything’

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‘The Man Who Saw Everything’ by Deborah Levy

The British author experiments with a narrative structure that collapses past and present

‘Here Until August’

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‘Here Until August’ by Josephine Rowe

The Australian author’s second short-story collection focuses on the precipice of change rather than its culmination

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‘The End’ by Karl Ove Knausgaard

The ‘My Struggle’ series arrives at a typically exhausting conclusion

Covers of Motherhood and Mothers

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To have or not to have: Sheila Heti’s ‘Motherhood’ and Jacqueline Rose’s ‘Mothers’

Heti’s novel asks if a woman should have a child; Rose’s nonfiction considers how society treats her if she does

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‘Kudos’ by Rachel Cusk

A masterful trilogy concludes

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‘The Sparsholt Affair’ by Alan Hollinghurst

Picador; $32.99

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‘The Burning Girl’ by Claire Messud

Fleet; $27.99

Cover of Forest Dark

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‘Forest Dark’ by Nicole Krauss

Bloomsbury; $24.99

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Surveying the scene

Art Gallery of NSW celebrates the work of iconic Indigenous photographer Mervyn Bishop

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‘Between Them’ by Richard Ford

Bloomsbury; $18.99

Cover of Men Without Women

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‘Men Without Women’ by Haruki Murakami

Harvill Secker; $35

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