Our most recent release is Bala Mudaly’s autobiography, Colour-Coated Identity: A Memoir, it is a fascinating story of Bala’s journey from Apartheid South Africa to Australia and his search for an identity beyond racial lines. It is eloquently written and an engrossing tale, but don’t take our word for it. The book was recently reviewed in the Indianlink paper. You can read the review here:
Congratulations go to two contributors, Sasha Buntman and Suya Lee, to the Unprecedented Times anthology Tale Publishing launched just before Easter. Their poems were selected to be displayed as well as recorded and played at intervals for the audience of the new Monash Gallery of Art exhibition STAGES: photography through the pandemic. They weren’t the only contributors to be involved in the exhibition though, as one of the other writers, Erica Tippett, will lend her voice to the recording of the poems.
The exhibition runs through to the end of August and copies of Unprecedented Times will be available for purchase through the gallery’s bookshop. It is also available online as an ebook. The paperback will be widely available from the first of July thanks to our distributor, Woodslane.
Additional congratulations go to Rainie Zenith whose story from the anthology, Ernie, won the Monash Wordfest 2020 Short Story Competition.
With such talented contributors, it’s easy to see why the Monash Writers Group consider Unprecedented Times to be their best anthology to date.
Last week it was Tale Publishing’s privilege to launch the Monash Writers Group Anthology, The First line. This was their second anthology after last year’s View from the Hill. This time, fifteen authors contributed to the anthology and, for about a third of them, it was their first time having something published. Giving new authors the chance to be heard is something we love doing, and the enthusiasm for the publication was infectious on the night.
Helping launch the event was Monash Councillor Lynnette Saloumi. Pictured here with the Chair of the Monash Writers Group, Robert New and again with the contributors to the anthology.
This anthology involved each writer taking the first line of a story they like and using it as the starting point for a new tale. Some lines are famous, others obscure, but the works they have inspired are original and entertaining. From historical fiction, drama, science fiction, mystery, adventure and literary there is a story in this collection for every reader.
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