Marion Halligan has changed the landscape of short fiction in Australia, winning the coveted national Steele Rudd Award with her first collection, The Living Hothouse.Collected Stories gathers together fifty-five of her witty, ironic, insightful stories, many previously uncollected, others from The Living Hothouse and The Hanged Man in the Garden.
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