Reviews of International Literature

 Reviews on The Australian Literature Review are treated a little differently to reviews done in many other places, in that they are generally aimed more at the craft of fiction writing, with a particular book as its focus.

Saints of New York, Style and Speech-Only Chapters

Full Dark, No Stars, by Stephen King

Fear, edited by RL Stine

Dexter is Delicious, by Jeff Lindsay

Operation Napoleon and scenes in novels

Persistence of Memory/Token of Darkness, by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

The Australian Literature Review is accepting submissions of reviews for works of fiction by international authors (800-3000 words).

Each review for an international work of fiction can have a strong Australian context, such as a review of a book that has been read and loved by many Australian readers, or it can be for a book which has no particular Australian context.

For further details, see the Submit page.

Submissions should be emailed to

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