Secrets. Memory. Murder.

Sometimes you must shine a light on the dark places to see what was always there​.

Exploration. Endurance. Misadventure.

Terra Nova delves into the lives of these remarkable men, revealing a story of betrayal that was left out of the official narrative.

Heart-warming. Unapologetic. Funny.

Maybe you don't need heaven, maybe you just need to find yourself.

Connection. Empathy. Home.

The new novel from the Miles Franklin Award-winning author of Chai Time at Cinnamon Gardens.

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  1. Melissa Goode on the alchemy of writing to music

    Melissa Goode on the alchemy of writing to music

    Music is essential to my writing process, sending me to another world, away from this one, and casting me into the moment with the characters. If I listen to, for example, ‘The Great White Open’ by Christian Löffler and Federico Albanese, or Dirty Three’s ‘Sue’s Last Ride’, I can start the process, like swimming towards the bottom of a pool and reaching a different place.
  2. Injecting humour into crime fiction by Aoife Clifford

    Injecting humour into crime fiction by Aoife Clifford

    Writing a crime novel is always great fun but creating a funny crime novel is a real challenge. Killing is the easy part, making a reader laugh about it is much harder.
  3. Abby Corson: How I got into the mindset of a seventy-three-year-old man.

    Abby Corson: How I got into the mindset of a seventy-three-year-old man.

    Hector Harrow is an almost-retired hotel concierge from Yorkshire who likes to drink tea and do newspaper puzzles in his cosy cottage. For me, he was the perfect protagonist for my murder mystery.
  4. Why Teach? By Yumna Kassab

    Why Teach? By Yumna Kassab

    I never meant to be a teacher. I, in fact, categorically 100% in no absolute way wanted to teach. My complete prejudice was the result of an adult ...