Fiction – Page 2

picnic rug laid out

Sediment

By Alice Bishop

New fiction from Alice Bishop, shortlisted for the Right Now Fiction Competition, judged by Tony Birch and Anna Funder.

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Poetry and Fiction Competition

By Right Now

Right Now is holding a short fiction and poetry competition! The winning poem and the winning short story will be awarded $500 in prize money each and will be published in Right Now’s highly anticipated print anthology.

© Gunther Wilhelm

Preserves Project

By Berni M Janssen

By Berni M Janssen. This article is part of our April and May focus on Art and Human Rights The Preserves Project is a multi-arts project celebrating the ways people from different cultural backgrounds preserve, share and pass on what they value. The trees are heavy with fruit, not every year, but when the season has […]

Stepping Stones Graduation 2012

HANDMADE (Creative Non-fiction)

By Meleesha Bardolia

By Meleesha Bardolia. This piece is part of our December 2012 and January 2013 focus on Asylum Seekers. People are sitting on the edge of Victoria Street, hunching over, legs angling apart. Saving their threads from psychedelic splatters of tandoori and dollops of tzatziki, Melbournians perch outside the Queen Victoria Night Market and feast. Entering the corridor […]