Literary Fiction

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The Earth Below

by The Earth Below
genre Literary Fiction · Young Adult

Almost a century after the Catastrophe, a group of survivors have built a new society deep in the safety of the underground network.

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The Difference to Me

by The Difference to Me
genre Literary Fiction · Stories

A collection of award-winning short stories by Garry Disher spanning the continents of Australia, Africa and Europe, the extremes of loneliness and connection, and all the relationships between people and places.

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Play Abandoned

by Play Abandoned
genre Literary Fiction

Garry Disher’s contemporary novel is a dark comedy set in a beachside hotel.

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Steal Away

by Steal Away
genre Literary Fiction

Garry Disher’s first novel is a reflection on a long life from childhood to late middle age, with all its ambition and disappointment, its opportunities tragically seized and missed, its triumphs and consolations.

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Answers to Brut

by Answers to Brut
genre Literary Fiction · Young Adult

‘He knew in his heart that the dog belonged to someone else, but at the same time he felt quite strongly that the dog ought to be his…’

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Kingdom of the Wicked · Book Two · Order

by Kingdom of the Wicked · Book Two · Order
genre Literary Fiction · Speculative Fiction

The epic alternative history from the Miles Franklin Award–winning author of The Hand that Signed the Paper reaches its stunning conclusion.

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Kingdom of the Wicked · Book One · Rules

by Kingdom of the Wicked · Book One · Rules
genre Literary Fiction · Speculative Fiction

From the best-selling author of The Hand that Signed the Paper, winner of the Miles Franklin Award, comes an epic work of speculative fiction.

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The Hand that Signed the Paper

by The Hand that Signed the Paper
genre Literary Fiction

As war crimes prosecutions seize Australia, Fiona Kovalenko discovers that her own family is implicated in the darkest events of the twentieth century. This is their story.

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Shrine

by Shrine
genre Literary Fiction · Theatre

Tim Winton’s third play is a haunting exploration of the way in which we try to own our dead, and the way in which they come to own us.

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Signs of Life

by Signs of Life
genre Literary Fiction · Theatre

Two strangers in distress arrive at a farmhouse in the wheatbelt late at night. A woman is there, on the veranda of the farmhouse, frightened, alone. She greets the interlopers with a series of questions.

What has brought these people together? What do they have in common? Why does a dried up river matter to all of them? These questions hang over the play. As the seemingly gentle story unfolds, we realise the depth of Tim Winton’s vision. The play tackles deep questions of identity, sustainability and community without ever offering easy answers.

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