Albany Advertiser’s Talitha Wolfe asked authors what they were reading over summer. West Australian author Dianne Wolfer chose Carousel as one of her summer reads. “Fun for a while, but apparently things get scary.” You can find the article, titled Super summer reads on page 15 in the 21st January edition of the newspaper.
The ‘Tiser’s YA picks of 2015 ping @f_i_o_n_a_w_ @gab_williams @rhawke53 @DianneTouchell @BrendanRitchie pic.twitter.com/1hL3HdiQrl — Vikki Wakefield (@VikkiWakefield) December 20, 2015
Some Carousel by @BrendanRitchie love in today’s @thewest_com_au via @FremantlePress. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/D1DDodQRN8 — Claire C. Ritchie (@ClaireCRitchie) December 22, 2015
Episode 9 of Writing WA’s Cover to Cover features a discussion of Carousel. “This book comes back to me often as I ponder the notion of is it better to be in that controlled environment that you know, or to burst out and to explore the unknown, and what do we choose for ourselves.” – […]
Westerly magazine has reviewed ‘Carousel’. “Ritchie writes with insight and casual elegance, managing to create a work that, though driven by the characters’ boredom and the shrinkage of their physical world, is rich and moving.” You can read more of Jen Banyard’s review on Westerly’s website.
The Advertiser’s SA Weekend Magazine has given Carousel four stars. It is a relief to see this WA author is writing a sequel to his addictive first novel … – Katharine England South Australians can turn to page 32 of the July 11-12 edition for the full review.
The Books section of The West Australian newspaper featured an interview with Brendan yesterday. “Some reviewers have likened Ritchie to Kafka, and it’s not hard to see why. Despite having everything they could possibly want, the prisoners of Carousel, a parody of Paradise, are just that, and a sense of unease and impending doom pervades the […]
Flip to the Books section of the Scoop Perth Guide Magazine to read about Carousel. Edition 12, June – August 2015 is available from all good newsagents, as well as online.
If you missed Brendan’s interview on RTRFM yesterday, you can now head over to their website for a listen.
#Artbeat, 9am-12noon: @EmergingWriters w/ Alex Griffin, WA author @BrendanRitchie, @Rev_Film_Fest + more. LISTEN: http://t.co/zepyiHIcZX — RTRFM 92.1 (@RTRFM) June 5, 2015