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Sleepers Almanac No. 9

The Sleepers Almanac is being launched tonight. I have a poem in it, which is weird because I don’t really write poetry. But I did write this one, and it got in. 119 more words


A good week

Last week was a good one. On Tuesday I heard that a piece I submitted to Kill Your Darlings journal had been accepted. It’s about a trip to Lake Eyre I made in 1989, and it’s also about the sour-end of a one-way crush, flowing in the direction of me to him. 177 more words


New Australian Literature

Hi all,
This is a review of Tincture Journal and Sleepers Almanac that I wrote for my Creative Non-Fiction class about a month ago. Unfortunately I’ve left it too long to submit anywhere and it’s gone a bit out of date so I thought I would post it here. 1,151 more words


Massive Winter Book Sale

We just had to mention this one. Sleepers Publishing are having a Massive Winter Book Sale. This is your chance to pick up amazing Australian work including back copies of Sleepers Almanac (a must if you’re planning to submit to be published in the Almanac, especially as submissions are… 36 more words


Profile: an Aussie Publisher - Sleepers Publishing

Inspired by the discovery that the Sleepers Publishing Company is run by just two people, I have decided to start a new series called Profile: an Aussie Publisher.  768 more words

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What the Family Needed, by Steven Amsterdam

Melbourne author Steven Amsterdam came to international attention in 2009 with the publication of his first book, Things We Didn’t See Coming which won The Age Book of the Year and was longlisted for the Guardian First Book Award.  1,010 more words