Suneeta Peres da Costa

Suneeta Peres da Costa was born in Australia to parents of Goan origin. She has published and produced widely across the genres of fiction, non-fiction, playwriting and poetry. Her novel Homework was published by Bloomsbury in 1999. She is the recipient of numerous...

Lynda Ng

Lynda Ng is an Adjunct Fellow with the Writing and Society Research Centre at Western Sydney University. From 2012 to 2014 she was the Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow in English Literature at the University of Oxford, working on a project that examined Chinese...

Emma Lew

Emma Lew is highly regarded amongst contemporary Australian poets for the dramatic intensity of her poems, which combine sudden shifts of voice and perspective with a heightened awareness of the moment. The historical range of her settings, the sense of risk and...

Anthony Lawrence

The Sleep of a Learning Man is the sixth collection of poems by Anthony Lawrence, who has won both the Judith Wright Calanthe Award and the Kenneth Slessor Prize for Poetry. He has also written a novel, In the Half Light, published in Australia and the UK by Picador...

Louis Nowra

Although Louis Nowra is primarily known as a great Australian dramatist, and a screenwriter of international repute, he is also one of our most provocative essayists, tackling taboo subjects and burrowing deep into the eccentric corners of human behaviour, with the...

Fay Zwicky

Fay Zwicky’s previous collection, The Gatekeeper’s Wife, won the 1998 West Australian Premier’s Award for Poetry, and was shortlisted for the Victorian Premier’s and Adelaide Festival Awards for Poetry. In 2005 she received both the Patrick White Literary Award, and...