A tale of despair, illness and poverty that captures the swooping highs and devastating lows of life.
Lesbians! Cowboys! Argentina!
These are brutal, bruised poems, like desert storms, lit with lightning strokes of beauty.
An aching novel of a young man trying to find a place in the world.
Stone Sky Gold Mountain offers a rearranging of Australian history, reminding us other settlers were also here in the early days.
Cherry Beach is a painful portrait of millennial queer life, and agonising desire.
Cleanness is a book of lofty ideas, grounded in the flesh.
The Lost Arabs is a collection of cosmological, mystical poetry, a search for belonging and god in hell on earth.
“Australia is just a glitch,” writes Wiradjuri writer Hannah Donnelly. After Australia is a collection of speculative fiction that explores what Australia is, and could be.
Christmas Eve, 1617, an extraordinary storm – almost supernatural – emerges from the Arctic Ocean and, “like a finger snap”, … More