There used to be a takeaway pizza restaurant on Waverley Road, where the tram ended. You weren’t really supposed to eat there, but the owner had put a little vinyl table by the window and there were four chairs and a holder in the middle for the serviettes.
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A red tree sits outside my window. It wasn’t there yesterday.
You wake up. It’s 7pm. You walk alongside the train line to 110 Chortle Crescent.
We’re not where we should be, that much is clear. Holding on to what we believe has never been more important, but K is wavering, pulled in other directions, and soon it will be too late.
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A friend of mine has endometriosis, so severely that she often cannot work, sometimes cannot walk, cannot rely on having enough strength to do her laundry, cook her meals.
Blistering new fiction from Rebecca Slater.
New short fiction from the exceptionally talented author of Rubik, Elizabeth Tan.
New fiction from Jonno Revanche on the weirdness of the suburbs and the pleasures in pain.
Brilliant new fiction from Sunil Badami's novel in progress.
In collaboration with the Digital Writers' Festival, Elizabeth Tan and Alice Grundy lifted the curtain and showed the editorial process behind preparing a story for publication. Here you can enjoy the finished piece, Lola Metronome and Calliope St Laurent Having a Picnic at the End of Civilisation as We Know It.
From award-winning author of The Tribe comes some brilliant new fiction set in Western Sydney.
Perfect for your reading group we have prepared some questions on this season's most talked-about novel.
'As was the case in most small country towns, show day was an annual highlight where most of the men of the town went to get pissed, and the others went to have a good day, compete in the various bake offs, and other competitions – from the most yellow yolk to the tastiest tomato to the best crocheted rug.'