Reviews and GIVEAWAY
Ryan O'Neill's 101 retellings of the Australian classic short story, The Drover's Wife by Henry Lawson.
A mysterious blue tent appears in the garden, with multiple people emerging from it, claiming it as their own. But whose is it? Is it even there?
"I'm pretty sure the meaning of life is about sex. Otherwise, why do we suffer so much for it? Why do guys get jobs they hate? Why do men marry women they don't like? Why do girls do the stupid shit they do? Why do they all seem so fucking unhappy?"
A satire of one of England's greatest portrait painters, Thomas Gainsborough.
“Practise losing small things, so you're better at losing bigger things.”
The dark, twisted, and sometimes hilariously ridiculous world of drugs, desperation and rave culture. All of this, somehow, without ever being too morbid.