The Sydney Review of Books publishes critical, creative, ambitious, and engaging writing on contemporary literature and culture.
The journal was established in 2013, partly in response to the diminished critical discussion of literature and the arts in the mainstream media in Australia. We’re committed to original and informed literary criticism and to the essay in all its forms. We work with Australia’s best writers to publish essays and reviews that expand and enrich Australian literary culture.
Each week the SRB presents new review essays, feature essays, and interviews, as well as curating a lively series of public programs throughout the year. We support writers and writing and each year offer a number of residencies and fellowships for critics at all stages of their career.
The SRB accepts new pitches, submissions and correspondence. We prefer to work on a pitch basis with new contributors. Please email pitches, submissions and correspondence to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Editor, Sydney Review of Books
Writing and Society Research Centre
Western Sydney University
Room EQ.G.40 Parramatta South
Locked Bag 1797, Penrith, NSW 2751
We love what we do. We want to keep the SRB open-access to all readers and to maintain a vigorous, relevant program. Reader donations are a vital supplement to the funding we receive from government and private agencies. You can make a tax-deductible donation to support the SRB here.