Beth Driscoll

Beth Driscoll is Lecturer in Publishing and Communications at the University of Melbourne, and author of The New Literary Middlebrow: Tastemakers and Reading in the Twenty-First Century (Palgrave Macmillan 2014). She researches contemporary book culture, publishing and reading and is currently engaged on two projects funded by the Australian Research Council: on contemporary genre fiction, and on post-digital literary culture. She has written about books and reading for The Australian, the Sydney Review of Books and Meanjin.


On ‘Evil Genius’ by Catherine Jinks

EssayEvil Genius, then, like many novels with a touch of fantasy, dramatises clashing moral codes. It is interested in the nature of good and evil, the opposition between them and the moments when the lines appear to blur.

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