Robert Lukins / Justine Hyde / book recommendations from 17 writers



In the December episode of the Meanjin podcast, Jonathan Green chats with author Robert Lukins and library director, writer and critic Justine Hyde about reading habits, book recommendations, and how the discussions of book-loving communities have enriched their reading lives.
The episode also features summer reading recommendations from Michael Mohammed Ahmad, Carmel Bird, Alice Bishop, Eileen Chong, Claire G Coleman, Paul Dalla Rosa, Winnie Dunn, Laura Elvery, Dan Hogan, Fury, Fatima Measham, Shaun Micallef, Jennifer Mills, Laura McPhee Browne, Mirandi Riwoe, Belinda Rule and Omar Sakr.







Robert Lukins

ROBERT LUKINS lives in Melbourne and has worked as an art researcher and journalist. His writing has been published widely, including in The Big Issue, Rolling Stone, Crikey, Broadsheet and Overland. His first novel, The Everlasting Sunday, was published in February 2018.

Justine Hyde

JUSTINE HYDE is Director of Library Services and Experience at the State Library Victoria, and a freelance writer and critic living in Melbourne and on Twitter @justine_hyde.