The month is October. Spring is approaching and so is the launch of MidnightSun Publishing’s website. We have been working hard to make it inviting and user friendly. Please give us feedback. We love to hear about how great it looks but we are also open to suggestions for improvements.
The year is 2011 and we are only a few short months away from the launch of our first book, The Hum of Concrete, at The Adelaide Writers’ Week in March 2012. We hope to attract a huge crowd of supporters, so please join us for flowing wine and delectable nibbles.
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Anna holds a PhD in Creative Writing from The University of Adelaide, has judged the HarperCollins Varuna Award and co-founded the literary journals Wet Ink and Animate Quarterly. She is an active member of the literary community. Over the years, she has worked as a photographer, translator, editor, language teacher and has written more reviews than she cares to Continue reading Anna Solding→
The Hum of Concrete is an evocative novel about a city and its people. Set in the multicultural city of Malmö, Sweden, The Hum of Concrete is the story of five people whose lives intersect.
Consumed with despair, Palestinian Nassrin walks into the ocean with her baby in her arms. Susanna dares to take a stand against gay-bashers. By starlight, Bodil sees the city from the roof of a church. Estella meets her tough little half-brother for the first time. Lonely Rhyme seeks Continue reading The Hum of Concrete→
MidnightSun Publishing is a new and exciting publishing company based in Adelaide, Australia. We believe that books matter. We believe that books are still important in this digital world and we aim to bring books to you in whatever format you prefer.
Good books change lives; they carry readers away to another world and another time; they make us laugh and cry and think about things that have never occurred to us before. Good books challenge and transform, they validate our own experiences and bring back long lost memories. Reading is an escape from reality but reading a good book also helps you to deeply immerse yourself in the lives of others.