Eggshell Skull is a compelling and infuriating insight into the justice system, and the psychology of victimhood.
Stone Sky Gold Mountain offers a rearranging of Australian history, reminding us other settlers were also here in the early days.
The writers in this collection grapple with what it means to be “planetary” beings: how our individual actions can seem so small, but have global consequences.
Victor Steffensen offers a language to articulate here we want to go and how to get there.
Poly is a riot of a novel, an all out brawl.
These are austere, still poems about the things embodied in words.
The Lost Arabs is a collection of cosmological, mystical poetry, a search for belonging and god in hell on earth.
The Animals In That Country is premised on the idea that if we could suddenly understand what are animals are saying, it would drive us insane.
A mammoth and a tyrannosaurus skeleton find themselves in storage, setting the stage for a fascinating and ultimately moving romp 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.