#IntlYALitMonth: The Marrow Thieves

The Marrow Thieves, by Cherie Dimaline From the first nostalgic and tangible whiff of nacho Doritos that Frenchie shares with his brother to the last hopeful lines that set up the sequel, The Marrow Thieves becomes a shining example of what dystopian literature can be. Set in a world not too far in our future … Continue reading #IntlYALitMonth: The Marrow Thieves

#TasmanianLitMonth: Featured Writer – Robbie Arnott

Written by guest curator, Bec Taylor Robbie ArnottPhoto credit: Mitch Osborne About Robbie Comparisons can be controversial but surely this one is for real - Robbie Arnott could be considered the next big international break-out novelist from Tasmania, in the tradition of Richard Flanagan, such is the enthusiasm for his work. Born in Launceston in 1989 and … Continue reading #TasmanianLitMonth: Featured Writer – Robbie Arnott