White Light

White Light

White Light

by Mark O'Flynn

Spineless Wonders, $22.99 pb, 150 pp, 9780987254627

White Light pieces together fragments of a colourful Australian suburbia: a bat-featured baby born to secretive neighbours; a young girl tipping over a bulldozer while playing on dormant construction equipment; and gold bullion appearing outside a rundown rooming house. The characters, like the book’s kaleidoscopic cover, are splintered. O’Flynn often creates original plotlines to emphasise this.

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Published in February 2014 no. 358
Alice Bishop

Alice Bishop

Alice Bishop has recently completed a Master of Creative Writing, Publishing and Editing at Melbourne University. She is from Christmas Hills but currently resides in Carlton.

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