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The development of Cass’ third novel is assisted by a grant gratefully received from the Australia Council for the Arts.
Her stories feature histories, memories and secrets and the way in which troubled families function.
Hard to believe we’re heading towards the end of the year, but here we are. There are some brilliant releases out in the coming weeks, including Trent Dalton’s second novel and the latest Jane Harper. Trent will be our guest at the October Brisbane Literary Mafia and November will feature Anita Heiss. As always, these half hour zoom cast events will include my top five reading recommendations by Aussie authors for the month. Some great conversations coming up too – I’ll be chatting to the very amusing Richard Glover about his dog Clancy, discussing Monique Mulligan’s debut fiction novel, and I’m so pleased to be launching the Lighthouse anthology with stories by a range of emerging authors. All details in the Events section. Congratulations to everyone involved with the Queensland Literary Awards which saw a whole host of emerging and established writers taking home prizes!
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Just in time for Christmas ideas for the nature lovers in your life is this stunning, hardcover book Rivers – The Lifeblood of Australia (National Library of Australia 2020), by award-winning author Ian Hoskins. Filled with gorgeous photographs, maps, old black and white images and drawings, Rivers explores the life-giving veins that run through our mostly arid country, and what the rivers mean to us historically, culturally, developmentally and sustainably.read more…
Oh, what a strange and wonderful gothic novella is Flyaway (Picador 2020) by debut author Kathleen Jennings. The prose in this magical story is beautiful, evocative, and endlessly fascinating. It reads like a fairy tale or a fable, a myth or a legend.read more…
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