Literary fiction

Trajectory

Richard Russo

Format: Paperback

AUD $19.99

This new collection of stories demonstrates that Richard Russo - winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Empire Falls - is also a master of the short form.

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Highland River

Neil M. Gunn, introduction by Dairmid Gunn

Format: Paperback

AUD $19.99

A dark and uplifting modern classic of Scottish literature. Introduced by Diarmid Gunn.

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Melmoth the Wanderer 1820

Charles Robert Maturin, introduction by Sarah Perry

Format: Paperback

AUD $22.99

The original tale of gothic horror, now with an introduction by Sarah Perry.

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Washington Black

Esi Edugyan

Format: Hard Cover

AUD $39.99

A stunning new novel of slavery and freedom by the author of the Man Booker and Orange Prize shortlisted Half Blood Blues.

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Trajectory

Richard Russo

AUD $32.99

This new collection of stories demonstrates that Richard Russo - winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Empire Falls - is also a master of the short form.

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The Howling Miller

Arto Paasilinna, translated by Will Hobson

Format: Paperback

AUD $19.99

A deliciously sinister Finnish fairytale of difference and belonging.

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The Complete Short Stories

Muriel Spark, introduction by Janice Galloway

Format: Paperback

AUD $24.99

The definitive short story collection from an unmistakable voice. Introduced by Janice Galloway

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The Visiting Privilege

Joy Williams

Format: Paperback

AUD $22.99

Now in paperback: the new collection from the acclaimed American short story writer Joy Williams.

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Shipwrecks

Akira Yoshimura, translated by Mark Ealey

Format: Paperback

AUD $19.99

An evocative historical novel with a sting in the tail, Shipwrecks is a powerful and deeply moving Japanese classic, introduced by David Mitchell.

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The Country Girls Trilogy

Edna O'Brien, foreword by Eimear McBride

Format: Paperback

AUD $24.99

A new edition of Edna O'Brien's stunning first three novels: The Country Girls and its sequels, The Lonely Girl and Girls in their Married Bliss, changed the temperature of Irish literature in the 1960s and inspired generation after generation of readers and writers. The passion, artistry and courage of Edna O'Brien's vision in these three novels continue to resonate into the twenty-first century.

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