Adriana K. Wood / Twisted Sisters
Alysson was raised to believe in a sisterhood of women. She is plunged into a world where the ‘sisters’ are twisted.
Carol Patterson / Vanishing Point
In these stories, there is a voice of wisdom, a voice of experience, a voice of clarity.
Laurie Brady / Five Ordinary Men
Taken together, these varied stories present a wide range of insights into the human condition.
Judith O'Connor / War Is Not Suitable For Children
Stories of laughter and tears.
Belmont Creative Writers / Cycles in Light
David Brelsford / The Road Taken & other stories
David Brelsford is a shameless dog lover as is evident in many of his short stories.
Zenda Vecchio / Calico Flowers
This collection of short stories is made up of remnants, snippets of dreams, of things that have happened and things that I have only imagined.
Decima Wraxall / The Infinite Mystery of Being
Decima does not shy away from reality, with all its twists and turns of family angst, defiant love, jealousy, betrayal, blackmail, and the ache of the road not taken, balanced by the humour of light-hearted stories.
Jeanell Buckley / Rock and Sea
Tales of tragedy, of mischief, of mystery and of gothic horror.
Simon Castles / Mixtape: Stories and essays about the 1980s
Through a series of funny, heart-warming and incisive memoir pieces, stories and essays, the 1980s are brought back to life.
Judy Turner / Watermelon Days
Funny, sad, nostalgic and reflective, a collection of short stories. Stories of simpler and more carefree days. Days of sunshine and freedom. Watermelon days.
Stephen Smithyman / Remembering Richard and Other Tales of Unease
Remembering Richard is a collection of stories about the unease which lies just below the surface of life.
Adriana K. Wood / The House by the Lake and other stories
Stories fictionalised from true and dramatic stories told to the author.
Christine Hand / From Colonial Ceylon to Down Under: Short stories
These tales of new encounters transport us into everyday lives both familiar and unfamiliar, in all their joy and messiness.
Derek Mortimer / Conditions Apply and other stories
These stories are about being young, getting old, and life in between. There is humour here, sometimes sadness, sometimes anger, but always there is compassion for the human condition.
Sean Crawley / Long Jetty Short Stories 2
Still at his desk in Long Jetty on the Central Coast of NSW, Australia, Sean Crawley continues his series of short stories and musings on life, death and navigating an uncertain world.
Ann Lax / Collected Stories
Ten engaging and diverse stories reflecting contemporary situations and dilemmas.
Liz Newton / Secrets and Wishes: Short stories
Liz Newton takes the reader into the lives of others, where relationships and families are dissected and reimagined.
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.
Jeanell Buckley / Storm Over Sydney
This sequence of stories follows the journey of ten people across a sultry Sydney day as a storm builds.