The Octopus and I by Erin Hortle

In a time where the impact of humans on the natural world is spotlighted more than ever, Erin Hortle’s The Octopus and I weaves a narrative that uses the relationships between human and animal to explore how we connect with ourselves, each other, and the world around...

The Lost Arabs by Omar Sakr

The Lost Arabs by Omar Sakr is a fascinating poetry collection in which metaphors, cruel realities, sexual guilt, sadness and beauty all blend in creative and tantalising lines. Poignant words of suffering, war, sex and sin lead the reader into a known and unknown...

Girls Can Fly by Sally Morgan

Renowned author Sally Morgan – famous for her unforgettable autobiography My Place – has written an inspiring collection of quotes for teen girls. In Girls Can Fly, she covers topics such as appreciating your uniqueness, self-love, anger, careful...

Hapless Hero Henrie by Petra James

For two hundred years, only boys have been born into the Melchior family – that is, until Henrietta Madeline Melchior came into the world, followed by a trio of shrieks eleven years, eight months and nine and a half days ago. This is how the first book in the new...

Intimate Antipathies by Luke Carman

Intimate Antipathies by Luke Carman is an essay collection that explores the writing life, literary culture, imagination, mental illness, relationships and family. Carman is best known for his semi-autobiographical debut work, An Elegant Young Man (2013), for which he...