A story of love and war in Nigeria in the 1960s, Half Of A Yellow Sun reaches outwards through history.
“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”,…
In Truganini, historian Cassandra Pybus attempts to “release” a woman from colonial myth-making. It is a shattering book.
Mark O’Connell is a very entertaining, self-effacing and thoughtful companion to the end of the world.
A strange, meditative and watery novel.
Ellen van Neerven conjures magic from trauma in this fluid collection full of warmth and light.
A brutal tale of murder, sex and witchcraft set in the steamy coastal plains of Mexico.
The tradition is violation: of the land, of women, and especially black men’s bodies.
A story of gay frenemy-ship set in share-house inner Melbourne, uncovering uncomfortable truths about queer life and love.