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UnEarthed

If you’re going to colonise a planet, you’d better be willing to fight for it. Within Anphobos, there grows a new race. The first

No Ordinary Excuse

‘I put on my imaginary thinking cap. Mine is a hot pink, domed helmet with purple lightning bolts on the sides. It pulls down from a long spring

Shooting Stars

The Beatles sang “All you need is love”, but whatever happened to sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll? For one young Sydney

Eve’s Harvest

Revolving around the theme of ‘One’, this unique selection of stories and poems dissect and explore ideas about life, love, the surreal and the

Subliminal Dust

Silence is never silent, so long as there is a listening ear. In her newest collection of poetry, Pooja Mittal listens to the silences that

Foley Russel and That Poor Girl

When Foley Russel is assigned a book report and to meet a character from that book, he hopes for someone interesting like a circus midget or a

Operation Trooplift: Postcards from Home

“Imagine having to leave everything behind you on short notice, including most of your possessions, your friends and your planet!”

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76-Year-Old Author Maris Morton Releases New Book, The Herb Gardener, to an Enthusiastic Response

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Australian independent publishing house Odyssey Books has announced the release of acclaimed 76-year-old author Maris Morton’s latest book The Herb Gardener to the excitement of her many fans. It’s never too late to follow your dreams. That becomes clear when you

Catching the Barramundi – longlisted for Edge Hill Short Story Prize 2013

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A record number of writers have entered this year’s prestigious Edge Hill Short Story Prize. A diverse range of talents from the literary world have entered their work in the 2013 awards, with interest from a wide range of large mainstream publishers and independent presses. Now

Vietnam War Memoir shortlisted for 2012 William Saroyan International Prize for Writing

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Canberra-based publisher, Odyssey Books, is celebrating Stanford University Libraries’ announcement of the shortlist for the fifth William Saroyan International Prize for Writing. Tales from a Mountain City: A Vietnam War Memoir by Quynh Dao is one of twelve titles shortlisted in

Tales from a Mountain City shortlisted for Asher Literary Award

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The Asher cialis vs viagra Literary Award was offered for the first time in 2005 in collaboration with the Literature Board of the Australia Council. This award has been made possible by a generous bequest from Mrs Helen Waltraud Rosalie Asher. Helen Asher was a writer (she also