Steven Amsterdam is the author of acclaimed novel Things We Didn’t See Coming, and his new book, What the Family Needed, has been called ‘a wonderfully fresh perspective on families’, as well as ‘a probing exploration of familial love and forbearance’. In What the Family Needed, members … Read more »
For our ‘On Writing’ series, we asked Louise Swinn to reflect on writing. Her short story ‘A Clean Kind of Dirt’ appears in Issue 4 of Kill Your Darlings. Who cares why I write? I’m the most average person in the world. I have a liberal arts … Read more »
Back in 2005, the first book published by Sleepers Publishing was the first ever Sleepers Almanac, a collection of short fiction by writers including Cate Kennedy and Adam Ford. Now, in 2010, the sixth Sleepers Almanac has arrived – not only in book form, but also as … Read more »
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