The long awaited collection, Mirrors, will be published tomorrow night!
The authors have put up their feet now, and so can you while you enjoy the read. Here’s a taste of what you’ll find inside the cover.
Mirrors is an anthology of short stories, creative non-fiction and poetry from nine Australian writers. Set in cities, suburbia, and the Far North these authors explore the desires, the humours and the sorrows of life.
Each story is the shard of a mirror that reflects the lives of the ordinary people in extraordinary ways. A man exposes his desire for celebrity and greatness. A girl discovers a dragon in her backyard. A one-way mirror reveals a horror no mother should ever witness. Borrasca is an exotic and flamboyant woman but her true identity is shrouded in dark secrecy. The unlikely friendship between a Chinese gardener and a young girl ignites a mining town.
Mirrors is a collection of writing that captures our humanity and reflects it back at us.
You won’t get a better read for only $0.99! Check out Amazon by the end of the week.
Reblogged this on Jessie Ansons and commented:
This beautiful eBook contains short stories from a bunch of local talented authors I met at a WEA creative writing course (and my own story ‘The straight and narrow’) I will be attending the official launch tomorrow night (Tuesday 8th April 2014), 6pm at WEA Hall in Cooks Hill.
Thanks for reblogging, Jessie. I’m looking forward to the celebration.
Congratulations sounds like a wonderful publication.
Thanks, Michael. We’re all very excited about it. Come along tonight if you can. It’s at 6pm in the hall in Laman St. We’d love to see you there.
Thanks Karen sorry can’t make it tonight but thank you for thinking of me. I hope all goes well.
All the very best for the launch, Karen, to you and the other authors 🙂
Thanks, Anne. I’ve just put together author introductions for the launch and I’ve been blown away by their successes recently. They’re getting places in competitions, getting published, invited to read at Writers Festivals, being interviewed on radio, etc. They’re a formidable group of very talented writers.
Such a beautiful description of the stories within Mirrors. I can’t wait to sit back, relax and read it. I will be at the launch tomorrow night to celebrate the publication of such talented local writers and also my own story, Borrasca.
I’m thrilled with the book, Maree. It is a strong collection of writing, including your exquisite story, Borrasca. After all the hard work – especially from that master of editing, Diana – we can now kick back and party!
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Great stuff, I look forward to thumbing through!
Thank you so much, Mr Binks, for reblogging this post. We really appreciate your support. Cheers, Karen
Such is life – people squabble over everything. Very good! Nan 🙂
Thank you, Nan. Good to see you here.
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