Our top 10 bestsellers of the week

  1. Dead Right (Quarterly Essay 70) by Richard Denniss
  2. Marcia Langton: Welcome to Country by Marcia Langton
  3. Less by Andrew Sean Greer
  4. Kingdom of Olives and Ash edited by Michael Chabon & Ayelet Waldman
  5. Eggshell Skull by Bri Lee
  6. Warlight by Michael Ondaatje
  7. Calypso by David Sedaris
  8. The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris
  9. Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman
  10. Axiomatic by Maria Tumarkin

Our bestselling book of last week is the latest Quarterly Essay in which economist Richard Denniss looks at how neoliberalism ate itself, and considers what comes next.

Other bestselling non-fiction books include Marcia Langton’s curated guidebook to Indigenous Australia and the Torres Strait Islands, Bri Lee’s incredible memoir that our reviewer says ‘sears with white-hot feminist rage’, a hilarious new essay collection from popular humorist David Sedaris, an anthology of writing about the Israel occupation of the West Bank, and a genre-busting book from Maria Tumarkin that uniquely combines narrative, reportage and essay.

Fiction bestsellers include novels from Michael Ondaatje, Heather Morris and Gail Honeyman, as well as this year’s utterly charming Pulitzer Prize winner from Andrew Sean Greer.

Quarterly Essay 70: Dead Right: How Neoliberalism Ate Itself and What Comes Next

Quarterly Essay 70: Dead Right: How Neoliberalism Ate Itself and What Comes Next

Richard Denniss

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