S.A. Jones

S.A. Jones is a Melbourne-based writer, historian and regulatory analyst. She holds a PhD in History from the University of Western Australia and is the author of the novels Red Dress Walking (2008) and Isabelle of the Moon and Stars (2014). She is a regular contributor to Kill Your Darlings.

Books & Publishing

‘No Softness in this World’: Sarah Drummond’s The Sound

Commentary

The Age of Entitlement

News

KYD No.25 teaser: ‘The Age of Entitlement’

Books & Publishing

The Struggle for Equilibrium: Susan Johnson’s The Landing

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Light and Shade: Myfanwy Jones’ Leap

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The modern epistolary novel: Annabel Smith’s The Ark

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‘Fool the Axis, Use Prophylaxis’: World War II’s anti-venereal disease posters

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‘Weather is never just weather’: Sophie Cunningham’s Warning: The Story of Cyclone Tracy

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A writing guide for the time poor

Commentary

Castle Dreaming: Love in Paronella Park

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MUBAs and Shakers: The 2013 Most Underrated Book Award

Culture

What are we watching here?: Pleasure and pain in Lovelace

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The Revolutionary Jesus: Reza Aslan’s Zealot

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It’s love and it’s Australian and it’s here: an interview with Donna Ward

Politics & Society

Upon my honour

Books & Publishing

The E.P. Thompson of historical fiction: Amanda Curtin’s Elemental

Commentary

Weighty Issues: On Fat, Silence and Self-Knowledge

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The terrible power of ‘echidna books’: Julienne Van Loon’s Harmless

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The epic in the everyday: Iris Lavell’s Elsewhere in Success

Politics & Society

Cause for celebration

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Poster girl for persistence: Annabel Smith’s Whisky, Charlie, Foxtrot

Commentary

Smut Detective: Pornography, the Historian and the Law

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The Lure of the Literary Pilgrimage

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Selling out

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A great book

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The write skills

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What we didn’t know and couldn’t read: Nicole Moore’s The Censor’s Library

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A novel approach: creative writing as higher learning?

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The stories that numbers tell: Jane Gleeson-White’s Double Entry

Books & Publishing

History in the service of fiction: Anna Funder’s All That I Am

Commentary

The Birthing

Interviews

I mourn the death of story: Andrew Nicoll on The Love and Death of Caterina

Commentary

A Peanut-Cruncher’s Defence: Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes

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