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Rainbow Review Night, 11th July 2013

Rainbow Review Night, 11th July 2013

Photographs from Pink Ink’s Rainbow Review night at Unity Books. Event photography by Matt Bialostocki.

Tilly Lloyd welcomes reviewers and other attendees.

Tony Reed reviews Michael Kirby: Law, Love & Life by Daryl Dellora.

Brian Shillito reviews When Romeo Kissed Mercutio by Kathy Sutcliffe.

Brooklynne Kennedy reviews Golden Boy by Abigail Tarttelin.

Mari North reviews Carry the One by Carol Anshaw.

Clare Bear reviews Wonder Girls by Catherine Jones & Letters to the End of Love by Yvette Walker.

Emma Martin reviews Who Was That Woman, Anyway? by Aorewa Macleod.

Aorewa McLeod reviews Two Girls in a Boat by Emma Martin.

Mark Beehre reviews Scenes From Early Life by Philip Hensher.

Jared Gulian responds to Tony Reed’s review of his book Moon Over Martinborough.

Anna Applin reviews Barracuda by Christos Tsiolkas.

Lee Jensen prepares to review Fire in the Belly: The Life and Times of David Wojnarowicz by Cynthia Carr.

Charlie Holland reviews Tessa Masterton Will go to Prom by Brendan Halpin & Emily Franklin.

Tilly Lloyd and Emma Martin take a break.

Tony Simpson reviews Maggie & Me by Damian Barr.

Kura Bennett reviews The Miseducation of Cameron Post by Emily M Danforth.

Howard Pond reviews Gaysia: Adventures in the Queer East by Benjamin Law.

Jan Logie reviews Man Without a Face: The Unlikely Rise of Vladimir Putin by Masha Gessen.

Hamish Allardice reviews Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls by David Sedaris.

Alana Bowman reviews Mary Wickes: I Know I’ve Seen That Face Before by Steve Taravella.

Alison McEwan reviews The World we Found by Thrity Umrigar.

Hamish Allardice and Jared Gulian draw the winning ticket for a bottle of Jared Gulian’s Moon Over Martinborough olive oil.

Tilly Lloyd wraps up the evening.

Mutual admiration society: Aorewa McLeod and Emma Martin.

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