by Merlynn Tong
‘I saw my insides today. I found Tom, my first love, in my bones.’
Chinese Take Away
by Anna Yen
Three generations of women; Grandmother, Mother and Anna, make a figurative ‘journey’ from the mores of Old China to those ...
by Elise Greig
Spanning from young love to aging cynicism, Magpie is a coming-of-age story that will thrill and delight like ...
The Age of Bones (Zaman Belulang)
by Sandra Thibodeaux
The journey of a young boy from Indonesia who goes fishing but fails to return after boarding a people smuggling ...
The Long Way Home
by Daniel Keene
Created from first-hand accounts, The Long Way Home reflects the Australian Defence Force’s recent experiences on operations in Iraq, ...
by Monkey Baa
11-year-old Keith Shipley will do anything to cheer up his “misery guts” parents.
Melek Mo Hani
by Steve Mayer-Miller
Moses Susuburi has three homes — Malaita Island, Vanuatu and Beaconsfield Road, Mackay — it’s a long story...
by Stephen Carleton
Bastard Territory is a confessional human drama about a man – and a city – carving out an identity. Mixing wry humour, ...
by Stefo Nantsou
“Mr Buckley rang me. Said there was a hassle at the excursion. Said you were to blame
by Side Pony Productions
The Pride takes a long hard look at lions. Bruce is weighed down by his impressive mane and is struggling ...
by Maxine Mellor
Published as a collection, Maxine Mellor’s The Fledglings and Merlynn Tong’s Good Grief are ...
I Have Taken A Prisoner
by Dorothy Blewett
The drama of love and loneliness in a conventional world.