SELLING POINTS* A stunning collection of new and mostly previously unpublished writing from established and emerging writers in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region* Has emerged from the prestigious WRiCE creative-writing program, an Australian collaborative residency program for emerging and established writers in the Asia-Pacific region* Features new work from well-known Australian contributors such as Melissa Lucashenko, Cate Kennedy, Maxine Beneba Clarke, Omar Musa, and Jennifer Down, with a foreword by Alice Pung* Will be supported by a number of events and panels, including at major Australian writers' festivals.
David Carlin is an associate professor and co-director of the nonfictionLab at RMIT University, and co-director of the international NonfictionNow conference. His books, Our Father Who Wasn't There and The Abyssinian Contortionist, have both received critical acclaim. Francesca Rendle-Short is a novelist, memoirist, and essayist. Her most recent book is the acclaimed novel-cum-memoir Bite Your Tongue. Her work has appeared in publications including Best Australian Science Writing, Overland, and Iowa's The Essay Review.