Congratulations to Patrick Holland on ONE being longlisted for the International Dublin Literary Award, the world’s richest single literary prize.
Jane Rawson’s beautiful novel From the Wreck has just been shortlisted for The Readings Prize for New Australian Writing 2017. The winner will be announced late October. https://www.readings.com.au/news/the-readings-prize-for-new-australian-fiction-shortlist-2017?utm_source=Readings+e-news&utm_campaign=4c62fc4c3b-Readings+Prize+2017+shortlist&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_3fa4f126ca-4c62fc4c3b-81255349
Siren is one of the best books of the month for August on iBooks. http://apple.co/1TYBdYQ
Congratulations to Catherine de Saint Phalle on Poum and Alexandre being longlisted for the Small Publishers’ Adult Book of the Year for the 2017 Australian Book Industry Awards!
Congratulations to Catherine de Saint Phalle on ‘Poum and Alexandre’ being shortlisted for the Stella Prize.
Congratulations to Sonya Voumard and Catherine de Saint Phalle of being longlisted for the prestigious Stella Prize. All the details including judges’ comments now at http://thestellaprize.com.au
Transit Lounge is pleased to announce that it has sold North American and UK rights to A. S. Patrić’s 2016 Miles Franklin Literary Award winner Black Rock White City to Melville House, New York. The deal was brokered by Daniel Lazar at Writers House literary agency, and publication in both markets is scheduled for the […]
Reading group notes are now available for A. S. Patric’s ‘Black Rock White City’ and Catherine de Saint Phalle’s ‘Poum and Alexandre’. They make an excellent starting point for your next book group discussion. You can download them here. black-rock-white-city-reading-group-notes poum-and-alexandre-reading-group-notes
One by Patrick Holland has been shortlisted for The University of Queensland Fiction Book Award. http://www.qldliteraryawards.org.au/about/shortlists
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, […]