Vanessa McCausland’s latest novel, The Valley of Lost Stories (HarperCollins, 2020), is a beautifully written story which takes place largely in a creepy abandoned mining town. Four women and their children are invited to the beautiful but remote Capertee Valley, west of the Blue Mountains. Once home to a burgeoning mining industry, now all thatContinue reading “Review | The Valley of Lost Stories”
Exciting stuff has been going on round here at Suburban Nerves!
I’m very proud that two of my poems, ‘Spanish Steps’ and ‘Big Burn’, have been published in the Rochford Street Review (issue 28).
We’re in COVID-19 lockdown. On day 6 (is it? I think so) here are some things we’ve learnt so far.
Lapse (Text Publishing, 2019) is set in the sleepy country town of Katinga, where protagonist Clementine Jones is coaching the local AFL team while she wrestles with some dark, dark secrets from her shady past.