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AWW2017: Cherry Crow Children by Deborah Kalin

Tulliæn spans a fractured mountaintop, where the locals lie and the tourists come to die. Try the honey. Briskwater crouches deep in the shadow of a dam wall. Ignore the weight of the water hanging overhead, and the little dead … Continue reading

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AWW2017: Secret Lives of Books by Rosaleen Love

Secret lives, replete with possibilities. Elsewhere exists as a better place, in a better time, for a better life. The trick is how to get there from here. These stories give the answers. Share in the secret lives of books. … Continue reading

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AWW16: Cracklescape by Margo Lanagan

A presence haunts an old dresser in an inner-city share house. Shining sun-people lure children from their carefree beachside lives. Sheela-na-gigs colonise a middle-aged man’s outer and inner worlds. And a girl with a heavy conscience seeks relief in exile … Continue reading

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AWW16: Bad Power by Deborah Biancotti

Hate superheroes? Yeah. They probably hate you, too. ‘There are two kinds of people with lawyers on tap, Mr Grey. The powerful and the corrupt.’ ‘Thank you.’ ‘For implying you’re powerful?’ ‘For imagining those are two different groups.’ From Crawford … Continue reading

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