Meet Our New Junior Editors: Lauren Pratt & Grace Wholley

Underground Writers is pleased to welcome Lauren Pratt and Grace Wholley to the team as Junior Editors for the next six months. They will be part of the editorial team for Issues 32 and 33, while also producing listicles, interviews with Australian authors, and reviews of Aussie debut books. Get to know our new editors…

Review: The Coconut Children by Vivian Pham, by Ebony Bryant

Title: The Coconut Children Author: Vivian Pham Genre: YA, coming-of-age, urban fiction Favourite quote: ‘The coconut children on the trees need to drop into the water. That way the ocean can carry them to another island, where they can grow.’ When offered the chance to review The Coconut Children, I jumped on it right away….

Review: The Year the Maps Changed by Danielle Binks, by Max Vos

Title: The Year the Maps Changed Author: Danielle Binks Publisher: Hachette Australia Fred has to get used to a lot in 1999—her family is changing and so is her hometown, and there are going to be growing pains. Despite being set over two decades ago, The Year the Maps Changed by Danielle Binks provides a…

Meet Our New Junior Editors: Max Vos & Ebony Bryant

Underground Writers is excited to welcome Max Vos and Ebony Bryant to the team as Junior Editors for the next six months. Max and Ebony will be part of the editorial team for Issues 30 and 31 while also producing interviews with Australian authors and reviews of Aussie debut books. Get to know our new…