Women’s Work, Overland’s anthology of new Australian stories from emerging women writers, was launched on International Women’s Day 2012. Edited by Clare Strahan, the book was inspired by the debate about the under-representation of women in writing and publishing.
Forest by Susie Greenhill looks at ... forms of disintegration, this time within nature and the self. This is my favourite story, with its vivid image of a man weaving a suit of feathers from the forest floor, reminiscent of William Wharton's novel Birdy (1978).
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