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Jarrah Dundler
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Hey Brother

Jarrah Dundler


9781760631123

Allen & Unwin


Fiction & Literature;
Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)


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A genuine and compellingly portrayed family drama of a tough kid from rural Australia.

Before leaving for war in Afghanistan, Shaun Black gives his little brother Trysten a mission of his own. Keep out of trouble.

Trysten tries, but with Mum hitting the bottle harder than ever and his dad not helping, Trysten responds the only way he knows how, with his fists - getting into a fight at school and lining up for another one with his uncle who's come to stay.

When the family receives news that Shaun will be home for Christmas, Trysten is sure that good times are coming. But when Shaun returns, Trysten soon realises he has a whole new mission - to keep Shaun out of trouble.

Hey Brother tells the story of a tough kid from the bush whose world comes crashing down on his shoulders. But with his own blend of fury, resilience and deadpan humour, Trysten proves to be up for every challenge.

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By:   Jarrah Dundler
Imprint:   Allen & Unwin
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 153mm, 
ISBN:   9781760631123
ISBN 10:   1760631124
Publication Date:   July 2018
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Jarrah was raised in the Northern Rivers region of NSW. Since completing his BA in Politics at Griffith University he's worked as a barista, pizza-chef, AusAID volunteer, grant writer, uni tutor, and a stonemason's labourer. His short fiction has appeared in Booranga's fourW anthology, and his novel manuscript Hey Brother was selected for both a Byron Writers Residential Mentorship and Varuna Writers Fellowship and shortlisted for the Australian/Vogel's Literary Award (2017). Jarrah currently lives back in his hometown, Kyogle, with his partner and children and works in nearby Lismore as a peer support worker with people who have a lived experience of mental illness. Hey Brother is his first novel.


  • Short-listed for The Australian/Vogel's Literary Award 2017
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