Josephine Rowe, a Melbourne writer and poet, has previously published two collections of short stories: How a Moth Becomes a Boat, and East of Here, Close to Water. Her poetry and fiction have also appeared in Meanjin, Overland, The Iowa Review, Griffith Review, Best Australian Stories and Best Australian Poems. In 2011, she was a participant of the prestigious University of Iowa’s International Writing Program (whose alumni include Alice Pung and John Kinsella).
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In this collection of short stories, Josephine Rowe explores the idea of things that are left behind: souvenirs, scars, and prejudice. These beautifully wrought, bittersweet stories announce the arriv ...
Shortlisted for the 2013 Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award