Future Tense

Future Tense

Future Tense launched the WAM 2020 online program. You can listen to the replay here.

Lucy Treloar and James Bradley's recent novels, Wolfe Island and Ghost Species, inhabit wholly familiar and distinctly unsettling near-future worlds. Jason Steger spoke with them for the launch of the WAM 2020 Festival Program.

Borrowbox is currently making unlimited copies of Wolfe Island available for loan as eBook or eAudiobook to members of AlburyCity libraries. Join up here if you live within 100km of Albury or consider supporting your local bookshop and our partner Dymocks Albury, who have a great delivery offer on WAM books for the rest of July, August and September.

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