Highways to a War (Christopher J. Koch) (Reviewed by Nicholas Birns, New School for Social Research)

The Unusual Life of Tristan Smith (Peter Carey) (Reviewed by David Callahan, University of Aveiro)

Jacko the Great Intruder (Thomas Keneally) and A River Town (Thomas Keneally) (Reviewed by Tracy Ware, Queen's University)

White Eye (Blanche D'Alpuget) (Reviewed by Peter Wolfe, University of Missouri-St. Louis)

The Riders (Tim Winton) (Reviewed by Jack Tuner, Humboldt State University)

Matrimonial Causes (Peter Corris) and Too Rich (Melissa Chan) (Reviewed by Jane Paznik-Bondarin, Manhattan Community College/City University of New York)

The Monkey's Mask (Dorothy Porter) (Reviewed by Catherine Miner, University of Melbourne)

The Southern Land (Gabriel de Foigny) (Reviewed by Shirley J. Paolini, University of Houston-Clear Lake)

L'Homme du Soleil Couchant (Paul Wenz) and Amours de Rencontre (Jean-Paul Delamotte) (Reviewed by Adele King, Ball State University)

The Powerful Owl (Candida Baker) (Reviewed by Olga Asal Connolly, Tallahassee Community College)

The Ancient Guild of Tycoons (Matthew Condon) (Reviewed by Frank Parigi, University of Arkansas)

The Rose Crossing (Nicholas Jose) (Reviewed by John C. Hawley, Santa Clara University)

The White Woman (Liam Davison) (Reviewed by Michael E. Pippenger, Indiana University)

Just Like That and In Her Strapless Dresses (Lily Brett) (Reviewed by Darren DeFrain, Western Michigan University)

Sapphires (Sara Dowse) (Reviewed by Jane Emery, Stanford University)

Hot Collation (Jenny Boult, Chris Mansell, Coral Hull and Sue Moss) and The Darkwood Aquarium (Anthony Lawrence) (Reviewed by Mike Wiley, DePaul University)

New and Selected Poems (Kevin Hart) (Reviewed by Robert Darling, Keuka College)

Judith Wright: Australian Writers (Jennifer Strauss) (Reviewed by Lyn Jacobs)

Fivefathers: Five Australian Poets of the pre-Academic era: Kenneth Slessor, Roland Robinson, David Campbell, James McAuley, Francis Webb (Les Murray, ed.) and New Selected Poems (Vivian Smith) (Reviewed by Herbert C. Jaffa, New York University)

Radiance (Louis Nowra) (Reviewed by Alexandra Cromwell, New York)

Peninsula (Dorothy Hewett) and Dorothy Hewett: Selected Critical Essays (Bruce Bennett, ed.) (Reviewed by Manly Johnson, Tulsa, Oklahoma)

Postmodernism and Popular Culture: A Cultural History (John Docker) and Framing Marginality: Multicultural Literary Studies (Sneja Gunew) (Reviewed by Diana Brydon, University of Guelph)

Out in the Open, An Autobiography (Geoffrey Dutton) and The All-Round Man, Selected Letters of Percy Grainger, 1914-1961 (Malcolm Gillies and David Pear, eds.) (Reviewed by Robert Ross, University of Texas at Austin)

Patrick White: Letters (David Marr, ed.) (Reviewed by Cleo Lloyd da Silva, Edith Cowan University)

Oodgeroo (Kathie Cochrane, with a contribution by Judith Wright) and Oodgeroo: A Tribute (Adam Shoemaker, ed.) (Reviewed by Marilyn Strelau, Simsbury High School)

Georgiana (Brenda Niall) (Reviewed by Stefan Draughton, New York University)

Changing Places: Australian Writers in Europe 1960s-1990s (Laurie Hergenhan and Irmtraud Petersson, eds.) and The Circumference of the Knowable World (John Borthwick) (Reviewed by Nancy Potter, University of Rhode Island)

The First Stone: Some Questions About Sex and Power (Helen Garner) (Reviewed by Albert Wertheim, Indiana University)

Religion in Australia: A History (Roger C. Thompson) and A History of the Australian Churches (Ian Breward) and Religion and Multi-culturalism in Australia: Essays in Honour of Victor Hayes (Norman Habel, ed.) (Reviewed by Marion Spies, Wuppertal University)

The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Australia (Susan Bambrick, ed.) and The Asia-Australia Survey, 1994 (Russell Trood and Deborah McNamara, eds.) (Reviewed by Murray S. Martin, Windsor Locks, Connecticut)