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The Furphy Anthology 2020 by The Furphy Literary Awards
Joseph Furphy wrote the Australian literary classic, Such is Life, in 1903, under the pen name of ‘Tom Collins’, slang for ‘a tall story’. With its unreliable narrator travelling the countryside and telling the stories of the people he meets, the alias was certainly appropriate. His brother John, a blac ...Show more
Kink by Garth Greenwell & R.O. Kwon eds.
Kink is a groundbreaking anthology of literary short fiction exploring love and desire, BDSM, and interests across the sexual spectrum, edited by lauded writers R.O. Kwon and Garth Greenwell, and featuring a roster of all-star contributors including Alexander Chee, Roxane Gay, Carmen Maria Machado, and ...Show more
Women of a Certain Rage by Liz Byrski
Selected and introduced by Liz Byrski Contributors- Anne Aly, Nadine Browne, Nandi Chinna, Claire G. Coleman, Carrie Cox, Eva Cox, Sarah Drummond, Carly Findlay, Goldie Goldbloom, Rafeif Ismail, Margot Kingston, Jay Martin, Meg McKinlay, Olivia Muscat, Mihaela Nicolescu, Renee Pettitt-Schipp, Fiona Stan ...Show more
'Think not that dreams appear to the dreamer only at night, the dream of this world of pain appears to us even by day.' In this book, famed author Lafcadio Hearn presents 14 fascinating stories — including deathless ghosts and yokai, local folklore and haunted places, as well as Buddhist traditions. Thi ...Show more
GRANTA 153: Second Nature by SIGRID. RAUSING
Guest-edited by Isabella Tree, author of Wilding, this nature issue touches on every continent in the world and features award-winning writers, expert scientists and activists from the frontlines of the climate crisis.
Unpublishable by Chris Molnar (Editor); Etan Nechin (Editor)
"Being alive is just microdosing death." Collected works from the notorious Brooklyn reading series, from notable and emerging writers alike. A famed underground reading series at POWERHOUSE Arena in Brooklyn, organized by Chris Molnar and Etan Nechin, Unpublishable draws hundreds of devotees e ...Show more
On Mother by Sarah Ferguson
A mother's love over decades and across continents. The sudden death of Sarah's mother reveals their relationship with poignant clarity and shows her the individual who existed beyond motherhood. A reflection on mothers and daughters.
Grandmothers: Essays by 21st-Century Grandmothers by Helen Elliott
An anthology of essays by twenty-four Australian women, edited by Helen Elliott, about the many aspects of being a grandmother in the 21st century. It seems so different from the experience we had of our grandmothers. Although perhaps the human essential, love, hasn't shifted much? In thoughtful, provok ...Show more
Griffith Review 66: The Novella Project VII by Ashley Hay
Griffith Review'sseventh annual edition dedicated to the novella eschews a set theme to showcase work across a spectrum of subjects. Open to both fiction and creative non-fiction, Griffith Review'sdedication to the novella form has been hailed by Nick Earls as central to the revival of the form in Austr ...Show more