Search results for ‘Sue Woolfe’
The Oldest Song in the World
Kate, a lonely city woman and reluctant student, is asked by her teachers to travel to the middle of the Australian desert to record a dying Aboriginal woman singing an ancient song. She accepts because she believes that she might...
Leaning towards Infinity
A reissue of the bestselling Australian Vintage classic, this work is a winner of 1996 Christina Stead Prize for Fiction as well as the winner of 1997 Commonwealth Writers Prize for Best Book from South-East Asia and Pacific.
The Mystery of the Cleaning Lady: A Writer Looks at Obsession, Creativity and Neuroscience
Using Eva - the cleaning lady protagonist from her acclaimed 2003 novel The Secret Cure - as both catalyst and metaphor, the author explores Western science, psychology and epistemology for clues to better understanding the...
The Secret Cure
The story of Eva, a cleaning lady in a small scientific laboratory who embarks on a secret mission to discover a cure for her autistic daughter, The Secret Cure is both a love story and an exploration of new ways to be human,...
Good writers make writing look easy - but is it? Anyone learning to write will be encouraged by Making Stories - it shows that even our greatest novelists come to their books by a long and uncertain process.