Little Gods

Between a Wolf and a Dog

Between a Wolf and a Dog is Georgia Blain’s final novel, and it is a triumph: finely structured, suspenseful and morally acute. It is an accomplished and sympathetic novel about love and motherhood, therapy, the impact of betrayal, and the choices that arise from acts of irresponsibility, or from careful deliberation.

Man Out of Time

Bluebottle

The Bridge

The Death of Noah Glass

An Isolated Incident

An Isolated Incident is a compelling story that considers the part the media plays in sensationalising crime, the plight of those whose lives are forever changed by an act of violence, and community acceptance of violence against women.

Pink Mountain on Locust Island

The High Places

Fiona McFarlane’s collection of stories, The High Places, is consistently brilliant, inventive and memorable. These are richly observed stories about complex people and situations, told by a gifted writer.

The Museum of Modern Love

The Museum of Modern Love is an exceptional novel that reimagines Marina Abramovic’s 2010 performance of ‘The Artist is Present’, in which she silently encountered individual members of a larger audience of viewers while seated in the atrium of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.”

– 2017 Stella Prize Judges

The Bass Rock

“At once confronting, chaotic and charming, The Bass Rock is a perplexingly brilliant novel that will challenge and test the reader. Set across multiple time periods, and with three distinct narrative voices throughout, the book blurs the line between the past and the present, the real and the imagined, the natural and the unnatural world.”

– 2021 Stella Prize Judges

Revenge: Murder in Three Parts

S.L. Lim’s novel is a psychological portrayal of what happens when an unhinged, manipulative, violent man controls a domestic space – and the ruinous impacts it has on the lives of women and girls in his orbit.