Heat and Light

Exploring indigenous identity, sexuality and family ties in Australia.

In ‘Heat’, we meet several generations of the Kresinger family and the legacy left by the mysterious Pearl. In ‘Water’, a futuristic world is imagined and the fate of a people threatened. In ‘Light’, familial ties are challenged and characters are caught between a desire for freedom and a sense of belonging.

(from Goodreads)

More about this collection

Author Ellen van Nerveen’s website

A longer interview with Ellen van Nerveen about this collection – Sydney Review of Books. Many interesting tidbits about the writing process and themes.

Others about Ellen van Neerven – The Lifted Brow. I don’t usually link to these endorsements but these were rather profound and moving.

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This site is a labor of love so many entries could benefit from more quotes, links to interesting background material, author interviews, etc. For the moment I only have the capacity to look for interesting quotes about the craft. If you have material for the collection on this page, please get in touch.

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