Things A Map Won't Show You: Stories From Australia And Beyond

Author: Susan La Marca

Author: Pam Macintyre

$24.95
SKU: 9780143565314
An unforgettable collection of short fiction, poetry and comic art from Australia and beyond . . .

A boy who tries to fly, a cricket game in a refugee centre, a government guide to kissing, the perils of hunting goannas, an arranged marriage, an awkward blind date, a girl who stands on her head, an imprisoned king and a cursed Maori stone . . .

Sometimes funny, sometimes dramatic, always compelling, this collection featuring both established writers and emerging talent will broaden your horizons and excite your imagination.

Including: James Roy * Tanveer Ahmed * Michael Pryor * Ursula Dubosarsky * Sonya Hartnett * Doug MacLeod * Oliver Phommavanh * Brenton McKenna * Tara June Winch * Sudha Murty * Oodgeroo

Price: $24.95

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Book Cover:  Where The Shoreline Used To Be
A rich and unique collection of short fiction, poetry, illustration and song lyrics from Australia and beyond.\r\nAn encounter with a strange boy on a beach, a dog in space, a world of butterflies, a talking whale, two girls who take on the world, and a thousand silver ghosts…  Like the pull of the tide, these stories and poems will draw you in and encourage you to explore.\r\nFunny, dramatic and poignant by turns, and featuring both established writers and exciting new talent, Where the Shoreline Used to Be is a stunning collection that will challenge and excite your imagination. 
A rich and unique collection of short fiction, poetry, illustration and song lyrics from Australia and beyond.\r\nAn encounter with a strange boy on a beach, a dog in space, a world of butterflies, a talking whale, two girls who take on the world, and a thousand silver ghosts…  Like the pull of the tide, these stories and poems will draw you in and encourage you to explore.\r\nFunny, dramatic and poignant by turns, and featuring both established writers and exciting new talent, Where the Shoreline Used to Be is a stunning collection that will challenge and excite your imagination. 
Published: 29/02/2016
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9781760142650
Book Cover:  Where The Shoreline Used To Be
Funny, dramatic and poignant by turns, and featuring both established writers and exciting new talent, Where the Shoreline Used to Be is a stunning collection that will challenge and excite your imagination. 
Funny, dramatic and poignant by turns, and featuring both established writers and exciting new talent, Where the Shoreline Used to Be is a stunning collection that will challenge and excite your imagination. 
Published: 29/02/2016
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9780143573227
Book Cover:  Things A Map Won't Show You
An unforgettable collection of short fiction, poetry and comic art from Australia and beyond . . .

A boy who tries to fly, a cricket game in a refugee centre, a government guide to kissing, the perils of hunting goannas, an arranged marriage, an awkward blind date, a girl who stands on her head, an imprisoned king and a cursed Maori stone . . .

Sometimes funny, sometimes dramatic, always compelling...

An unforgettable collection of short fiction, poetry and comic art from Australia and beyond . . .

A boy who tries to fly, a cricket game in a refugee centre, a government guide to kissing, the perils...

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