Review: Antigone Kefala’s “Summer Visit: Three Novellas”
Australian poet, three very brief “novellas” as one of her multiple fictional offerings. The whole book was only 122pp, but even that seemed too long. Remotely fictional and uninteresting in any case.
Where it came from: Opshop
Time and manner of reading: Bed reads with a train finale
Where it went: Flung under a train seat on a cross-Brisbane service
Reminds me of/that: —
Who I’d recommend it to: —
Also reading: Rabbit #4; How to Read a Poem by Edward Hirsch; The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay by Michael Chabon; Being Alive edited by Neil Astley; The Light between Oceans by M.L. Stedman; Jacob’s Room by Virginia Woolf; Home by Larissa Behrendt