Reginald Wells' explosive tales of life in rural Australia.
Previously only circulated in ragged samizdat manuscript, this collection of short stories is now available in an authoritative version. Destined to become an Australian classic.
Howard Firkin's novel explores the journals of Thomas Furphy to chart his extraordinary journey to discover meaning in the male role, reform the Australian political system, and regain sexual function.
The matriach of the first family of a once-thriving rural community sets out to restore the family fortunes and return their township to prominence.
Dirk Betbuch has created a compelling family saga of individuals trapped in a shared history. Shortlisted for the Maitland District Literary Prize.
Peter Millar's riotous parody of hard-nosed, noir crime novels pits the hard-drinking detective Sam Samson against the society toffs of three continents.
Police are baffled by a string of murders with nothing to connect them but the coincidence of a shared surname. But as Sam Samson inexplicably says, "You say 'coincidence'. I say coincidon't."