Wyndow Books publishes books by Bronwyn Rodden, an Australian author, winner of the Patricia Hackett Prize for Short Fiction. Her collection of stories, 'Short Fiction for an Absurd World' was a finalist in the Eric Hoffer Award for General Fiction (US) and another, 'Darkness' was shortlisted for the Carmel Bird Award for Short Fiction. 'The Crushers' was selected for the Hachette Novel Manuscript Retreat.
Bronwyn Rodden was born in Sydney and has travelled widely and lived in regional Australia. She completed an MA Writing (UTS) and was awarded an Emerging Writer Grant by the Australia Council for the Arts, and a residency at the Writers' Cottage, Bundanon.
Her work is available in good bookstores, and internationally on Amazon. Click on images below twice to be redirected to purchase page.
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The Weaver of Blackheath, the 3rd book in the Ros Gordon Blue Mountains Mysteries will be launched on 6th November at The Shop Gallery, Glebe.
To see Bronwyn's images of the Blue Mountains World Heritage Environment and Art Deco architecture, see her website: https://sites.google.com/site/bronwynrodden
Books by Bronwyn Rodden: Fiction
Reviews from US Review of Books
“Rodden encapsulates well what life is like for those living in the vast mountainous landscape, with vivid descriptions of the physical surroundings as seen through the eyes of a newcomer as well as the tales from a time long ago kept alive by the town’s elders. Readers will race to the finish of this captivating thriller as Rodden gives them all they can handle in her debut novel.”
“Well written with appropriate dialogue, this mystery novel will engage the reader through its realistic storyline as well as its clever take on policing and on prejudices, all of which will keep the reader guessing as to who murdered Jack.”
Short Fiction for an Absurd World
“this is creative writing for the creative writer at its best: It's challenging, inspirational, and nearly impossible to predict.”
“Infused with the beauty and mystery of exotic places, Rodden’s adventure brings to life a startling female pirate with a story to tell. Subversive and rebellious, Anne’s voice and her actions will stay with the reader long after her story ends.”
Wonderful to be included in the new Contemporary Surrealist and Magical Realist Poetry from Lamar University, Prof. Jonas Zdanys editor.
I was inspired to read a few lines while visiting the Tate Gallery London's exhibition 'Surrealism Beyond Borders'. www.youtube.com/shorts/AcJDuK9QM5U
Anthologies with work by Bronwyn Rodden