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    Mel Hall / The Choir of Gravediggers

    Mel Hall / The Choir of Gravediggers

    The Choir of Gravediggers takes us back to late nineteenth century Melbourne; a cemetery and a church, choral singing, grave-trafficking, pet incineration, a shipwreck, competitive flower arranging, and one man struck by lightning. Based on extensive primary research, this historical novella is an impressive work of fiction.

    $16.00

    Ann Lax / Collected Stories

    Ann Lax / Collected Stories

    Ten engaging and diverse stories reflecting contemporary situations and dilemmas.

    $16.00

    Brennan O\'Shea / Don\'t Wait

    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.

    $18.00

    Janis Spehr / Leaving Ray

    Janis Spehr / Leaving Ray

    A collection of sharply written short stories.

    $18.00

    Jane Carmody / Keep Running

    Jane Carmody / Keep Running

    They were all running. Running away from or to something. Something as brutal as rejection, lost love or perhaps obsession. For some it was a matter of running out of time, knowledge, faith or self-belief. But for all, the tender, the bruised, the brash, the feisty, it was the constant urgency to endure, to keep going, to squeeze in moments of reflection into tiny matchbox sizes of time and then get on with it.

    $18.00

    Simon Stuart / Beauty in the Ruins

    Simon Stuart / Beauty in the Ruins

    'Crafted with sensitivity and empathy, these are stories of resilience, strength and triumph. For as flawed and bruised by life as Stuart’s characters may be, they refuse to be defeated. Rather, they have the courage to remain resilient and hopeful, finding solace and insight in the fleeting moments of beauty that flicker in the shadows of everyday life. A stunning first collection of stories from an outstanding new writer.' - Michael de Valle

    $18.00

    Ray Clift / Loose Lips

    Ray Clift / Loose Lips

    James Newton is a Vietnam veteran who is wounded in spirit and in body. As a freelance journalist, recently divorced, he is tasked with interviewing a legend by the name of Chocko from Morocco, who lives in Arthur River, in the north-west of Tasmania.

    $18.00

    Edna Taylor / Skeleton in the Cupboard

    Edna Taylor / Skeleton in the Cupboard

    This is a collection of short stories for people who like a good yarn - a story they can finish in one go, without having to mark the page and come back to a few days later, only to realise that they have forgotten the plot and have to start all over again.

    $18.00

    Zenda Vecchio / Becoming Kirsty-Lee

    Zenda Vecchio / Becoming Kirsty-Lee

    One summer’s day, thirteen-year-old Kirsty-Lee comes home from school to find her father has left them. This novel explores the ways in which she comes to terms with this and the subsequent changes in her family.

    $18.00

    Simon Stuart / Stories of Strangers

    Simon Stuart / Stories of Strangers

    Simon Stuart’s short stories have appeared in several literary magazines. He teaches and plays the double bass for a living.

    $18.00

    Margaret Bolton / Not Forgotten

    Margaret Bolton / Not Forgotten

    Not Forgotten is the story of Mick Mack, a reluctant soldier who went to World War I as a stretcher bearer. He entered the war late, a few months before the catastrophic underground explosions in the hills of Messines, and he never came home. It is also the story of his family discovering later who their great grandfather was and his part in the war.

    $18.00

    Angus Gaunt / Prime Cuts

    Angus Gaunt / Prime Cuts

    Themes of deception, betrayal and unexpected delight are woven through Angus Gaunt’s first collection of stories.

    $18.00

    Craig Cormick / A Funny Thing Happened At 27,000 Feet
    Award winner

    Craig Cormick / A Funny Thing Happened At 27,000 Feet

    Craig Cormick’s award-winning collection of short stories pokes a sharp satirical stick into the eye of the age of terror, through stories that refuse to conform to the political rhetoric and media sensationalism of our times. His humour and the aim of his pen are deadly!

    $18.00

    Jennifer Shapcott / Aftertaste

    Jennifer Shapcott / Aftertaste

    Stories of love, kindness, desire and revenge.

    $18.00

    Mary Pomfret / Bouquet of Traps

    Mary Pomfret / Bouquet of Traps

    Mary Pomfret offers a bouquet of vignettes to the reader willing to be led from the surface sweetness of existence to the dark underside of the banal and every day.

    $18.00

    Margaret Visciglio / Terra Nullius

    Margaret Visciglio / Terra Nullius

    There are stories that celebrate migrants of British background, of Greek and Italian and Chinese origins. And the last story tells the story of a refugee family that is as pertinent today as it was in 1956, the year in which it is set.

    $18.00

    Avril Smith / A Fragment of Time

    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

    $18.00

    Mary Pomfret / Cleaning Out the Closet

    Mary Pomfret / Cleaning Out the Closet

    ‘Mary Pomfret’s stories speak to the heart of family darkness, sibling rivalry, filial love and lost innocence, without for an instant being melodramatic or overwrought. These beautiful, compelling tales are peopled with complex characters and told by a writer who makes the domestic sublime.’ – Alice Pung

    $18.00

    Errol O\'Neill / Denying the Faith

    Errol O'Neill / Denying the Faith

    A collection of stories emanating from the experience of growing up, living and working in Australia’s third metropolis.

    $18.00

    Ray Clift / The Publisher

    Ray Clift / The Publisher

    The Publisher is a poignant, whimsical, sometimes satirical tale of a man who overcomes a shameful stigma and eventually finds his vocation.

    $18.00