Congratulations to Rawah Arja (Ethel Turner Prize for Young People’s Literature and the Multicultural NSW Award), Tom Carment (Douglas Stewart Prize for Non-Fiction), Tiffany Tsao (Translation Prize) and Alice Whitmore (Translation Prize).
We are pleased to share readings by Kristen Lang of poems from Earth Dwellers, her new collection which was published by Giramondo this month.
With its immersion in powerful wilderness landscapes, Earth Dwellers challenges our human-centredness by embracing perspectives which set the intimate delicacy of life forms against time scales that go back millions of years.
Ecological restoration is thankfully a growing, global occupation, populated by soil ecologists, entomologists (we need more of them), meteorologists, ornithologists, Indigenous elders, farmers, volunteers…and why not poets?
Giramondo Publishing, with their partners, the distinguished literary publishers Fitzcarraldo Editions and New Directions, are pleased to announce that Jessica Au has won The Novel Prize for her novel Cold Enough for Snow.
Giramondo Publishing, Fitzcarraldo Editions and New Directions are pleased to announce the shortlist for The Novel Prize, a new biennial award for a book-length work of literary fiction written in English by published and unpublished writers around the world. The shortlist was selected from close to 1500 submissions worldwide.
We are pleased to offer a special Christmas discount for three of our illustrated books and Π.O.’s epic, prize-winning book of poetry Heide, as well as three book bundles that are perfect for Christmas gifts.
Imagine living in a world where mirrors didn’t exist. You never saw yourself and you never knew what you looked like. That was my experience throughout high school as well as university – not only was a Muslim woman rare to find in print, people like me were demonised and our stories hijacked.
Because of the COVID crisis some of our recent titles have tended to go unnoticed. For this reason, we would like to offer you two special packages, one devoted to our literary translations, the other to our new poetry titles.