In Truganini, historian Cassandra Pybus attempts to “release” a woman from colonial myth-making. It is a shattering book.
Ellen van Neerven conjures magic from trauma in this fluid collection full of warmth and light.
A story of gay frenemy-ship set in share-house inner Melbourne, uncovering uncomfortable truths about queer life and love.
A fast-paced political thriller that hits perhaps little too close to home, and not necessarily for the right reasons.
A whimsical, absurd and transgressive collection of stories about Australian masculinity.
A sweet and simple story about growing up in parallel worlds, Melbourne and Prague in 1980.
See What You Made Me Do goes beyond headlines to uncover the horrifying scale of domestic abuse in Australia.
A hilarious novel about mortality and ageing.
The Yield offers a generous and quietly radical vision of a possible Australia.
Here Until August is an intriguing collection of 10 short stories. They often feel haunted and uncanny.