Fiction – Literature

Cassandra

Is the future set like concrete, or a piece of clay we can mould and change? On a remote farm in Queensland, Cassie Shultz

A Perfect Square

When pianist Ginny Smith moves back to her mother’s house in Sassafras after her breakup with the degenerate Garth,

All Because of You

Eleven tales of refuge and hope. Infused with gentle optimism, eleven uncompromising stories explore, each in its own way,

The Drago Tree

Haunted by demons past and present, geologist Ann Salter seeks sanctuary on the exotic island of Lanzarote. There she meets

The Water of Life (Uisge beatha)

Uisge beatha, Scottish Gaelic for ‘whisky’, is literally ‘the water of life’. However, it also frequently proves

Deliria

Meet William. He’s twenty-two. He’s highly intelligent. He’s an acerbic critic of Australian suburban life. And he’s lost.

Asylum

Seeking asylum from the wreckage of her life, Yvette Grimm arrives in Australia on a holiday visa. She applies for permanent

The Settling Earth

*** Longlisted for the Edge Hill Award in 2015 *** Marriage transplants Sarah thousands of miles from home; a failed love

Catching the Barramundi

*** Longlisted for the Edge Hill Short Story Prize 2013 *** Sudden, shattering moments of realisation; creeping, gradual

Unloched

A boy. A boat. A storm. One day that will tear a family apart. Two sisters are reunited, but for how long? Can their fragile