‘It’s hard to believe that this powerfully atmospheric novel is Peter Papathanasiou’s first. The crime debut of the year.’
Congratulations to S.L. Lim (Revenge: Murder in Three Parts) and Barry Lee Thompson (Broken Rules and Other Stories) on being shortlisted for The Queensland Literary Awards 2021. Barry Lee for the University of Southern Queensland Steele Rudd Award for a Short Story Collection and S.L . for the University of Queensland Fiction Book Award. You […]
Congratulations to Tobias McCorkell on his superb debut novel Everything in its Right Place being longlisted for The Colin Roderick Award 2021 https://www.booksandpublishing.com.au/articles/2021/06/29/188810/colin-roderick-award-2021-longlist-announced/
Congratulations to Philip Salom from all at Transit Lounge. https://www.perpetual.com.au/insights/perpetual-announces-longlist-for-prestigious-miles-franklin-literary-award-2021
Congratulations to both Transit Lounge authors on their latest novels being longlisted for the ALS Gold Medal, an annual award for an outstanding literary work published in the preceding calendar year.
Congratulations to S.L. on being shortlisted for The Stella Prize. Thanks to all at The Stella Prize for their amazing work and the artwork by Juliet Sulejmani.
Congratulations to S. L. Lim from all at Transit Lounge on Revenge: Murder in Three Parts being longlisted for The Stella Prize. The Stella judges comments below attest to the novel’s power and precision. Revenge is available in print , ebook, and audio formats. The Wavesound audio book is read by Eryn Jean Norvill. […]
Transit Lounge has acquired world rights to Eugen Bacon’s short story collection Danged Black Thing. Eugen Bacon is African Australian, a computer scientist who is increasingly becoming known internationally for her imaginative and speculative fiction. Her previous titles have been published by Meerkat in the U.S. and Newcon press in the U.K. Her novella Ivory’s […]
Every Family Has a Secret on SBS Tuesday 6 October 6.30pm or On Demand reveals the real- life story behind Mick McCoy’s amazing novel What the Light Reveals. Noni Hazlehurst helps Mick’s cousin Paul explore whether his father Dave really was a Russian spy.