The annual Griffith REVIEW fiction edition is devoted to novellas. Shorter than a novel, longer than a story, the novella is the perfect length to read on the page or as an e-book. The Novella Project is a competition, generously supported by the Copyright Agency to find the best new works from Australia and New Zealand. Eminent judges are choosing from several hundred submissions by well-known and emerging authors. Griffith REVIEW hopes this will produce new classics to add to the list of famous novellas like Animal Farm, Breakfast at Tiffany's and Goodbye Columbus.
About the Editor
Professor Julianne Schultz AM(born 1956) is an Australian academic, journalist and author and/or editor of more than thirty books and is also the founding editor of Australian literary journal Griffith review. She is currently a Professor at Griffith University's Centre for Public Culture and Ideas and is Chair of the Queensland Design Council. She is also the librettist to two operas composed by her brother, Andrew Schultz, titled Black River and Going into Shadows.
'Each story is so memorable in its own way...lots to love here.' Adelaide Review 'The quality of works by authors such as Ed Wright, Lyndel Caffrey and Christine Kearney is gratifyingly high, and the subject matter of their contributions thrillingly wide-ranging. It is a if the shift in length permits a concomitant freedom of approach, a liberation from the novel's long established dogmas.' Weekend Australian 'One of Australia's cultural treasures.' Canberra Times 'Griffith REVIEW is the best literary journal in the country.' Age 'Of all the small magazines in this country, Griffith REVIEW is the one that's essential reading.' Weekend Australian
Series: Griffith REVIEW
Number Of Pages: 264
Published: 24th October 2012
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.4
Weight (kg): 23.4