Short Australian Stories

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NEWS! Jen Craig’s Panthers and the Museum of Fire longlisted for the 2016 Stella Prize.

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Nobody likes you when you’re 23. So say Blink-182. But here at Spineless Wonders we’re here to say ‘Hold on, Bessie, just because you can’t listen to Taylor Swift’s 22 un-ironically anymore doesn’t mean nobody wants you’, because we do.

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Our new digital platform, Slinkies, publishes and promotes the work of a handful of carefully selected Australian under-30s.

Check out our first batch of eSingles, here.

 

The World to Come showcases an incredibly diverse exploration of the themes of Science Fiction: future sex, alternate history, racism, procreation and energy.’
KAARON WARREN, Canberra Critics award-winner

AVAILABLE AS PRINT AND EBOOK, HERE

In selecting these stories from a global call-out, we looked for pieces that contemplated ‘the world to come’ in ways that, regardless of genre, surprised, delighted, enthralled or horrified us. Here, science fiction mixes with fantasy, with realism in all its sub-genres, with speculative fiction, with the almost unclassifiable.
PATRICK & OM PRAKASH DWIVEDI, Editors

To be launched at the Melbourne Writers Festival by Australian journalist, Jeff McMullen.

 

‘Literature, life, landscape, history: the whole gamut of Antipodean experience may be gleaned from its pages. An ideal resource for those interested in Ozlit, Cracking the Spine is also a pure pleasure to read.’
GEORDIE WILLIAMSON, Chief Literary Critic, THE AUSTRALIAN

‘A great resource for the classroom, and a great read for anyone who cares about how short stories work.’
KIRSTEN TRANTER,  UC BERKELEY

AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK, EBOOK & PDF here.

Cracking the Spine Ten short Australian stories and how they were written

Stories and essays by Claire Aman, Tony Birch, Rjurik Davidson, Michael Giacometti, Marion Halligan, Andy Kissane, Jennifer Mills, Ryan O’Neill, Maria Takolander and Patrick West. With an Introduction by Amanda Lohrey.

 

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EVENTS CALENDAR

July
11 July ‘Dire Straits’ @ Little Fictions, Knox St Bar, 7pm
31 July, Writing Down Parramatta Road call out closes

August

9 Aug ‘War: what is it good for?’ @ Little Fictions, Knox St Bar, 7pm

31 Aug ‘Landmarks’ microlit comp closes

Sept

Little Fictions @ The Sydney Fringe Festival

5 Sept ‘Vaginal Spray: feminist tales for women and men’ with guest MC Monique Schafter, Knox St Bar, 7pm

12 Sept ‘The Great Unknown’ with MC Adam Norris, Knox St Bar, 7pm

19 Sept ‘Sydney Stories’ with guest MC Jack (Mr Comedy) Gow, Knox St Bar, 7pm

26 Sept ‘Crime Scenes’ with MC Adam Norris, Knox St Bar, 7pm

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