Melissa Lucashenko won the 2019 Miles Franklin Literary Award for Too Much Lip, praised by the judges as "a novel of celebratory defiance". The Walkley Award-winning Goorie writer joins ABC RN’s Daniel Browning to talk about her gritty, darkly comic new book, Too Much Lip. The story gradually and explosively reveals the painful secrets in a calamitous Aboriginal family after its outlaw hero roars into her hometown on a stolen Harley to see her dying father. Hailed as "funny and fierce" by The Saturday Paper, the novel offers redemption and forgiveness where none seems possible.