October: Brooke Davis, Paul Dalla Rosa, Nic Low and Clare Atkins
Brooke Davis’s debut novel, Lost and Found, about grief and recovery, has been an instant bestseller – and the subject of an Australian Story. Brooke will be in conversation with Jo Case.
Paul Dalla Rosa is comics editor for the upcoming online journal Betanarratives, the 2014 winner of Express Media’s Young Innovation Prize.
Nic Low is an author and artist of Ngai Tahu and European descent. Arms Race is his debut collection of short stories.
Clare Atkins has worked as a scriptwriter for many successful television series including All Saints and Winners and Losers. Nona and Me is her first book.
Brooke Davis grew up in Bellbrae, Victoria, and attempted to write her first novel when she was ten years old. It was a genre-busting foray into the inner-workings of a teenage girl’s mind, titled Summer Sadness. Fortunately, it remains unfinished, as she quickly realised she didn’t know the fir... Read more
Paul Dalla Rosa is a writer based in Melbourne, Australia. His stories have appeared in Granta, The Paris Review, McSweeney’s, Meanjin and New York Tyrant. In 2019, his story ‘Comme’ was shortlisted for the Sunday Times Short Story Award. He is currently undertaking his PhD at... Read more
Clare Atkins has worked as a scriptwriter for many successful television series including All Saints, Home and Away, Winners and Losers and Wonderland. Nona and Me is her first book, which she wrote while living in Arnhem Land.
Nic Low is an author and artist of Ngai Tahu and European descent. Born in Christchurch, he now divides his time between Melbourne and a bush retreat near Castlemaine. Arms Race, published by Text in August 2014, is his debut collection of short stories. Nic’s fiction, essays and criticism have ap... Read more
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