In a special series of events, Your Favourites’ Favourites sees one of our most beloved writers speak with a breakout Australian author from the past year. Join popular writer and broadcaster Benjamin Law as he chats with Tracey Lien, a southwestern Sydney–raised, now Brooklyn-based reporter and debut novelist of All That’s Left Unsaid. Set in 1990s Cabramatta, the story is an internationally bestselling murder mystery that explores the effects of migration and inherited trauma while pulling apart the intricate bonds of friendship, family and culture.
Tracey Lien (International)
Tracey Lien was born and raised in southwestern Sydney, Australia. She earned her MFA at the University of Kansas and was previously a reporter for the Los Angeles Times. She lives in Brooklyn, New York. All That's Left Unsaid is her first novel.
Benjamin Law (Australian)
Benjamin Law is a journalist, columnist, TV screenwriter and author of The Family Law, Gaysia: Adventures in the Queer East and Quarterly Essay 67: Moral Panic 101. The Family Law is an award-winning TV series for SBS that Benjamin created and co-wrote over three seasons. He co-host’s ABC Radio's Stop Everything! with Beverley Wang, and is a weekly columnist for Good Weekend magazine.