No Incense Rising
by George Landen Dann
A life of one’s own at the expense of one’s family? Or a life of familial obligation? This ...
by Alison Rooke
“'Combat Fatigue' can boast some pretty impressive dialogue. Rooke has a hypnotic way of mixing words that makes even the ...
by Victoria Carless
"The Grand is darkly funny and touches on humanity’s big-ticket items – ambition, belonging and cocktail animals" Artgaze...
by Katy Warner
“Dropped provides a theatre experience that is not to be missed ... satisfying entertainment for theatre-goers who are up for the...
The Wind in the Underground
by Sam O'Sullivan
When the youngest brother returns from overseas, four siblings come together to decide the fate of the house they grew ...
The Mutant Man
by Christopher Bryant
Harry Crawford (otherwise known as Eugenia Falleni) stands trial for the death of his wife
Ode to Man
by Emma Mary Hall
“I asked men to tell me what a real man is. I asked my father. I asked the man I ...
by Shane Pike
From beers and brotherhood to loss and loneliness, this endearing story uncovers the hidden side of finding yourself in a ...
Lysa and the Freeborn Dames
by Claire Christian
Lysa King is nineteen and angry. After spending a year away from her small town, Lysa has returned to discover ...
Jane and Kel Go to Hell
by Steve Pirie
Jane and Kel are housemates, drinking mates and best mates with bad jobs and bad judgement.
by Elaine Acworth
Spanning three decades, in flights of fantasy, poetic phrasing and sombre soliloquy, Composing Venus tells the story of three generations ...