This Winter we'll be publishing weekly writing from Michael Kruger, Cosima McGrath and Kat Muscat. Artwork provided by Total Bore.
We'd love to invite you all to be part of our book club - Readers Anonymous. Each month we will feature a book on our website, and then meet in a pub to discuss our reading over drinks. Join our Facebook group to recieve updates.
We have journals and zines and tote bags and we think you should buy hundreds of them. Not really. But seriously.
I found myself dog-earring nearly every page. There were lines I wanted to underline; there were too many lines I wanted to underline. Lines that made me almost cry out 'hell yeah' and punch the…
In this collection of short stories, Diaz explores the struggle of Dominican Republic immigrants in the United States to achieve the American Dream. Each story is related, but is a separate vignette, each with its own title. The novel does not follow a traditional story arc but rather each story captures a moment in time. Drown is narrated by an educated adult, and set mostly in the 1980s, with much of the narrative occurring in the narrator's childhood.