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Issue Details: First known date: 2023... 2023 Gunflower
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    y separately published work icon Gunflower Laura Jean McKay , Melbourne : Scribe , 2023 26042656 2023 selected work short story

    'The brilliant new short story collection from the Arthur C. Clarke Award-winning author of The Animals in That Country.

    'A family of cat farmers gets the chance to set the felines free. A group of chickens tells it like it is. A female-crewed ship ploughs through the patriarchy. A support group finds solace in a world without men.

    'With her trademark humour, energy, and flair, McKay offers hallucinogenic glimpses of places where dreams subsume reality, where childhood restarts, where humans behave like animals and animals talk like humans.

    'The stories in Gunflower explode and bloom in mesmerising ways, showing the world both as it is and as it could be.' (Publication summary)

    Melbourne : Scribe , 2023
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