Adelaide High School students have immersed themselves in creative writing, editing, and publishing workshops to produce these fictional depictions of their home city and its surrounds. From Hindley Street to the Princes Highway, from Aldgate to Glenelg, their remarkable stories reflect the diverse interests, fertile imaginations, and keen insights of Adelaide’s youth.

In these pages, you’ll be plunged into the highs and lows of family life, romantic relationships, bullying, disability, mental illness, scientific exploration, treasure hunting, time travel, musical ambitions, sporting aspirations, Indigenous experience, pre-colonial utopias and future dystopias. You might even spot a zombie on King William Street!

Contributors Giacinta Arancio, Shashi Baltutis, Mia Barbuto, Alex Bui, Karmiina Buot, Dimitri Cotis, Ginny Ha, Chelsea Holt, Ismail Idris, John Maggs, Costas Mallios, Levi McKenzie, Amy Norton, Dianna Peters, Tony Pham, Aurelia Prunier, Georgia Schroeter, Carissa Stevens, Danielle Tang, Zack Taylor, Jerome Trimboli, Corey Tugwell, Bochen Wang.

Cover design by Karmiina Buot.


You'll get:
  • an ebook in Kindle-compatible mobi format
  • a DRM-free ePub (compatible with iPhone/iPad, Kobo, Nook, and Readmill)


  • anthology Adelaide High School creative writing artists in schools program SA Writers Centre Publications SA Writers Centre Short stories South Australia High school students’ writings Australia South Australian writing
    Language: English / Published: 06 December 2014

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    SA Writers Centre

    Located in the heart of Adelaide, the SA Writers Centre is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to foster, develop and promote writers and writing. The Centre, which has over 1200 members, was the first of its kind in Australia and continues to act as a resource for people of all ages and experiences, assisting both new and established writers on every aspect of craft and publishing.

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