Crow’s Breath by John Kinsella has been shortlisted for the Colin Roderick Award. The award is presented to the best Australian book published in 2015. The judges’ comments follow. Ravages, both human and environmental, are the subject of John Kinsella’s Crow’s Breath, a masterful and mature collection of short stories. Kinsella’s stories are evocative, poetic, […]
Congratulations from all at Transit Lounge to Alec Patric on winning the Miles Franklin Award 2016. It’s a great victory for a tremendous novel and a hugely talented writer. New winner edition available and in stores throughout the country in the next week. Transit Lounge would like to thank the convenors and judges of the […]
Crow’s Breath by John Kinsella and Claustrophobia by Tracy Ryan shortlisted for the Western Australian Premier’s Literary Awards Fiction Category Congratulations to a super-talented literary couple. http://pba.slwa.wa.gov.au/
Black Rock White City by A. S. Patric has been shortlisted fro the prestigious Miles Franklin Award 2016. Established through the will of My Brilliant Career author, Miles Franklin, the prize is awarded each year to a novel which is of the highest literary merit and presents Australian life in many of its phases. Previous winners […]
https://www.perpetual.com.au/MilesFranklin Congratulations to A. S. Patric on being longlisted for the Miles Franklin Prize 2016.
One by Patrick Holland READING NOTES Reading Group Notes for Patrick Holland’s One available here.
Black Rock White City by A. S. Patric, Immune Systems by Andy Jackson and On Brunswick Ground named in latest Australian Book Review as books of the year. Kevin Rabalais writes of On Brunswick Ground that ‘Catherine de Saint Phalle writes with a grace of style and searing authority about the way Melbournians live now. […]
Congratulations to Jane Rawson on her debut novel, A Wrong Turn at the Office of Unmade Lists, winning the Most Underrated Book Award (MUBA) 2014. Available from all good bookshops and post free from this site. See the official details here.
Geraldine Wooller is an Australian novelist, short story writer and essayist. Her novels are predominantly reflective works on the nature of love, friendship, loss and endurance. Wooller grew up in Perth, primarily raised by her Scottish mother. Download the Van Ikin’s interview with Geraldine here.