Exploded View

Front Cover
Text Publishing Company, Mar 5, 2019 - Fiction - 192 pages
• Raw, taut and meticulously drawn, Exploded View is a triumphant work of literary fiction and marks one of the most important releases from Text in recent years
• Carrie Tiffany is the author of Everyman’s Rules for Scientific Living and Mateship with Birds, winner of the inaugural Stella Prize in 2013
• Author will be a guest of major writers festivals in 2019. The novel will receive widespread review and feature coverage
• Bound proofs and early reading copies available via PRH reps and at key bookseller conferences; significant budget for advertisements in bookseller newsletters and catalogues
• Huge print and online advertising campaign across publications and sites such as Good Weekend, the Monthly (full page), the Big Issue, Kill Your Darlings, the Lifted Brow and Goodreads
• Major social media campaign including Facebook posts and advertising targeting book clubs
• Book club notes available at textpublishing.com.au/book-clubs

What people are saying - Write a review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - PhilipJHunt - LibraryThing

What an amazing piece of writing. Carrie Tiffany has found the voice of young teen and written with such purity and credibility. She draws you into the girl's mind--the whole book is a long stream of ... Read full review

Exploded View

User Review  - Thorpe-Bowker and Contributors - Books+Publishing

The name of Carrie Tiffany's third book, Exploded View, refers to the type of diagram found in technical manuals that shows the spaces between each individual part and how they fit together to make a ... Read full review

Other editions - View all

About the author (2019)

Carrie Tiffany was born in West Yorkshire and grew up in Western Australia. She spent her early twenties working as a park ranger in Central Australia. Her first novel, Everyman’s Rules for Scientific Living (2005), was shortlisted for the Orange Prize, the Miles Franklin Literary Award, the Guardian First Book Award and the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize, and won the Dobbie Award and the WA Premier’s Award for Fiction. Mateship with Birds (2011) was also shortlisted for many awards and won the inaugural Stella Prize and the Christina Stead Prize for Fiction in the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards. She lives and works in Melbourne.

Bibliographic information