Poetry that is elemental, grief-stricken, unearthly.
A bracing read about modern masculinity.
A fish-out-of-water tale that becomes something stranger.
It’s about whales.
Poetry that forces clarity upon you about the cruelty and wonder of being alive.
A heartfelt story of rebuilding a ruined society.
A fable of the fickle nature of fortune.
Auē tears down the walls around New Zealand’s epidemic of domestic violence.
A harrowing memoir of growing up gay in regional Australia.
A masterful, stroll-around-a-garden novella.