Tony Birch is a founding member of the Melbourne School of Discontent. He has published three novels; The White Girl, Ghost River and Blood. He is also the author of Shadowboxing and three short story collections, Father’s Day, The Promise and Common People. In 2017 he was awarded the Patrick White Literary Award for his contribution to Australian literature. In 2021 he released two new books, a poetry book, Whisper Songs and a new short story collection, Dark As Last Night.
Unaccustomed as I am...
Sam Pang, Julian Burnside, Tony Birch, Sonya Hartnett, Lisa Gorton, Sophie Black, Noni Hazlehurst, Dave Graney
The Wheeler Centre Gala 2012: Stories to Believe In
Andy Griffiths, Gillian Mears, Elliot Perlman, Casey Bennetto, Bob Franklin, Lally Katz, Tony Birch, Alice Pung, Kaz Cooke, Randa Abdel-Fattah, Carrie Tiffany
McSweeney's 41: Australian Aboriginal Fiction Edition
Chris Flynn, Tony Birch, Melissa Lucashenko, Ellen van Neerven, Jordan Bass
Lost in Place: writers' favourite parts of the world
It's Been, It's Here: Tony Birch on Climate Change's Past and Present
A Mighty Woman, The 11.15 Train to Flinders Street, and Thoughts on Forgiveness
Why We Should Respond to Climate Change with Patience, Not Panic