A.C. Bland / The Final Trials of Alan Mewling
‘Black comedy with a deeply troubling brown dimension.’ - Catherine Ryan
Adèle Ogiér Jones / Desert Diya
‘…powerful and enthralling…’ - Glenys Osborne, author of Come Inside
Alan C. Williams / The Rain, the Park and Other Things
The Rain, the Park and Other Things is Alan Williams's first collection of stories.
Angus Gaunt / Black Rabbit
Angus Gaunt’s nasty little novel is about a man who stumbles towards a kind of redemption as he absents himself from society.
Angus Gaunt / Prime Cuts
Themes of deception, betrayal and unexpected delight are woven through Angus Gaunt’s first collection of stories.
Annie Horner / No One Was Watching
No One Was Watching is a work of fiction. These stories, although informed by factual events, do not intend to speak for people who endured living in out-of-home ‘care’ during part or all of their childhood but instead provide an alternative, imaginative entrée into this once-hidden Australian history.
Anthony J. Langford / A Refugee's Rage
Two stories. Two individuals. One journey. One destiny.
Anthony J. Langford / Pseudo Stars
‘Langford humanises the dehumanised. Pseudo Stars will make you see people with a new perspective.’ - Pete Malicki, author and playwright
Antonia Hildebrand / A Simple Twist of Fate
These stories show how your fate is twisted by choices you make.
Antonia Hildebrand / To Breathe & other stories
'Sometimes Hildebrand moves beyond reality, but she does not so much create a fantasy, as show the familiar landscape through the distorting mirror of a fairground tent.’ - Robin Hillard
Avijit Sarkar / A Turn of Events
'…a must read for all lovers of short fiction, embellished aptly with clever word play and heart-warming witticisms.' - Dr Santosh Bakaya
Avril Smith / A Fragment of Time
'Her warmth for life’s misfits shines through in her writing - as does her sharp wit, humour and appreciation of the quirky and inexplicable.' - Anna Buck
Barbara Gurney / Purple and Other Hues
Barbara Gurney’s award-winning stories sit on an easel of storytelling, within a collection of multicoloured work.
Brennan O'Shea / Don't Wait
Stories by Brennan O’Shea have been described as ‘quirky’. Don’t Wait is a selection from the last twenty years. O’Shea lives a very quiet life in a seaside suburb of Adelaide.
Brian Hungerford / She Said She Knew What Side of the Family That Came From
Brian Hungerford is an award winning author and one of the World’s most experienced storytellers, in the oral tradition.
Carol Chandler / Black Mountain
‘Black Mountain is a deftly written novella - effortlessly building tension as it draws the reader in. Simultaneously delicate and visceral, this is a compelling work.’ Judges’ Citation, Shortlisted Seizure Viva la Novella IV
Carol Chandler / Watched and other stories
This is rich, liminal prose that keeps you constantly engaged, wanting clarity and resolution in a world of compromised relationships and disturbing self-awareness.
Carol Patterson / State of the Heart
Carol Patterson’s arresting style infuses her short stories with fresh, vibrant life.
Chris Leckonby / Sowing the Seeds
Romance, adventure, humour, intrigue, murder, quirky twists… You’ll find them all in Chris Leckonby’s collected short stories, some of them prize-winners.
Colin Rogers / From the Mallee: Five stories
Five stories to take you away from the anonymity of big cities and into the Mallee. Into communities where everyone knows everyone else’s business or, if they don’t know it, they invent it.