- Turn Left At Venus
- Ghosts Like Us
- Local Time: a memoir of cities, friendships and the writing life
- 7 Stories, 2 Novellas
- Surrealistic Pillow
- Always Hungry
- With The Tiger
- Three Sydney Novels
- Neem Dreams
- Sun Square Moon
- Sheila Power
- Rascal Rain: a year in Papua New Guinea
- The Edge of Bali
- The Saddest Pleasure
- Between Careers
- Short Prose
- News Blog
First published in May 2012 in an online edition by Review of Australian Fiction
Republished in 7 Stories, 2 Novellas http://www.inezbaranay.com/?books=7-stories-2-novellas
Surrealistic Pillow is published together with Daniel Stephensen’s story “A Field of Yellow Flowers”. Daniel’s work can be seen at his tumblr Forgetlings
Daniel describes the volume like this: Inez’s piece is a beautiful novella about two teenaged girls in love, in Sydney in the late 1960s. Mine is a short story about two lovers at the end of their relationship, in Bareport at the end of time.
In This Novel
Surrealistic Pillow is set in Sydney in the late 1960s. Two rebellious teenage girls run away from school to join a demonstration against the war in Vietnam, attend a counter-culture party and express their love for each other. Tragic loss, life lessons and the consolations of art follow.
NEW ! ! Surrealistic Pillow is published in a volume together with another novel of the 1960s, Pearl of the Orient. See: http://www.inezbaranay.com/?books=surrealistic-pillow-and-pearl-of-the-orient-two-novellas-of-the-60s
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