Like a Prayer at The Wheeler Centre

Posted by on Apr 15, 2016 in Events, News, News & Events | No Comments

On Wednesday night we had a full house at The Wheeler Centre for a discussion of our poetry anthology Prayers of a Secular World. David Tacey, Kevin Brophy and Cate Kennedy were absolutely brilliant and our thanks goes out to Leah Kaminsky for chairing the panel so wonderfully. And we sold out of all the copies […]

Vultures in The Guardian

Posted by on Apr 6, 2016 in News, News & Events | No Comments

It is quite a conflicted place to be—looking into a world you love and realising there isn’t really any space for you in it. It’s hard to be content in a place where you sense you aren’t respected, liked or loved. As a writer, I solved my dilemma by writing my own beatnik fiction, We […]

Vultures at Green Park

Posted by on Mar 29, 2016 in Events, News, News & Events | No Comments

We are delighted that Kimberley Duband has agreed to do the honours for us and launch We Ate the Road like Vultures on Tuesday 26 April @ Green Park in Carlton North. There will be music, there will be readings from the author Lynnette Lounsbury and there will be some good old beat poet fun. […]

Vultures on Video

Posted by on Mar 23, 2016 in News, News & Events | No Comments

Lulu don’t want your dead heroes. Lulu don’t need your lack of faith. Lulu ain’t your gin mill cowgirl. Take a look at this book trailer for the forthcoming We Ate the Road like Vultures. Join us at the launch on Tuesday 5 April @ Berkelouw Books in Paddington. There will be music by Lawson […]

The Game Changer: Confirmed Media & Events

Posted by on Mar 22, 2016 in Events, News, News & Events | No Comments

Wisdom Tree: Five Novellas by Nick Earls #1Gotham #2Venice #3Vancouver #4Juneau #5Noho Released Monthly May–September 2016 Paperbacks $19.99 ebooks $9.99 The format is a game changer and the linked novellas combine to create the best book I’ve read in 12 years, since David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas. —Chris Flynn, author of Tiger in Eden and The […]

Welcome Helen Scheuerer to Inkerman & Blunt

Posted by on Mar 9, 2016 in News, News & Events | No Comments

We are excited to welcome Helen Scheuerer into Inkerman & Blunt’s fold. Helen is a novelist and editor from Sydney who, once a professional copywriter, now freelances for a number of websites while she writes fiction and manages Writer’s Edit—the online literary magazine and small press. We are working together on her new novel set […]

#Prayersforourtime

Posted by on Mar 3, 2016 in News, News & Events | No Comments

Prayers of a Secular World editors Kevin Brophy & Jordie Albiston Released October 2015 RRP: paperback $24.99 ebook $12.99 Order through NewSouth Books Now There seems to hover a sense of uneasy things these days: a lack of kindness’ a narrow-mindedness; a fear of the other. …[Editing the book] helped me believe in goodness again. It […]

Standby for the Next Big Thing

Posted by on Mar 2, 2016 in News, News & Events | No Comments

Wisdom Tree: Five Novellas by Nick Earls #1Gotham #2Venice #3Vancouver #4Juneau #5Noho Released Monthly May–September 2016 Paperback $19.99 ebook $9.99 Order #1 Gotham through NewSouth Books Now Every once in a while, you get to read something so sparklingly creative, unique and authentic it makes the hairs stand up on the back of your neck, makes your […]

Warning: Vultures on the Horizon

Posted by on Mar 2, 2016 in News, News & Events | No Comments

WARNING: this book will keep you up at nights. Do not to begin it after 8 pm, it is truly impossible to put down. We Ate the Road like Vultures Lynnette Lounsbury Release Date 1 April paperback $29.99, ebook $14.99 Order through NewSouth Books Now If Hunter S Thompson was a sixteen year
old girl, jacked up […]

Captives for Christmas

Posted by on Dec 6, 2015 in News | No Comments

This tiny little book just keeps on keeping on. An ideal Christmas stocking gift or to post to a loved one in Australia, or overseas.  Here are three new reviews, one from the USA… How has this author done this with such chilling economy of words?? —Lisa Hill, ANZ LitLovers LitBlog It startles. It prompts the […]