Art shown here by Nike Sulway
To be published by our children's imprint, Titania, May 2019
Winter's Tale is an illustrated book about a child called Winter, who has never had a proper home; a child who is not this and not that, but her own thing. A child who is looking for parents and a family; a sense of belonging. A child who sees movement in graffiti and strange hares in the moon. Who meets a girl with a skateboard and learns to fly; who finds a home, with the most curious of families. Winter's Tale is a story about finding your true self and your true home; about family and belonging; about art, magic and freedom.
About Nike Sulway:
Nike Sulway is the author of the novels Dying in the First Person, Rupetta, The Bone Flute, The True Green of Hope, and the children’s book What The Sky Knows (illustrated by Stella Danalis). Her works have won or been shortlisted for a range of awards, including the Tiptree Award, the QLD Premier’s Literary Award, the Commonwealth Writers Award, the CBCA Book of the Year Awards, the IAFA Crawford Award, the Aurealis Awards and the Norma K Hemming Award. Nike co-edited, with Professor Donna Lee Brien and Dr Dallas Baker, a collection of essays on speculative biography Forgotten Lives: Recovering Lost histories through fact and fiction (Cambridge Scholarly Publishing, 2018). She also co-edited a special issue of TEXT on Australasian Fairy Tales. She’s currently working on a project on (female) friendship and Anne of Green Gables. She lives with her wife on a scrappy little farm in Queensland.