David and Perry look at Australian literature, ranging from a book about bushrangers written in serial form in 1882 to modern science fiction.
- Reading overload (00:30)
- Comfort reads (01:50)
- Hugo Award nominations (02:47)
- Nebula Awards short list (07:58)
- Such is Life by Joseph Furphy (04:42)
- The Watch Tower by Elizabeth Harrower (08:12)
- Robbery Under Arms by Rolf Boldrewood (08:47)
- Dispersion by Greg Egan (05:59)
- The Black Opal by Katharine Susannah Prichard (07:52)
- Falling Towards England by Clive James (04:42)
- The Ministry For The Future by Kim Stanley Robinson (01:36)
- Discussion with W. H. Chong (21:14)
- Wind-up (02:15)
Illustration: “Fire’s On!” by Arthur Streeton.
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