Archimede Fusillo has had nine YA novels published both in Australia and overseas. His novels have won both critical and reader acclaim, with The Dons winning Book of the Year in 2001. He has won many prestigious awards, including the Alan Marshall Award, the Henry Savery Award and the Mary Grant Bruce Award, and is the recipient of an International Literature Fellowship - which itself was awarded the Sanciolo Literature Award. He has also written several textbooks on writing, has lectured all over Australia and overseas and has also been the judge of the Victorian Premiers Award and the Children's Book Council of Australia Book Awards. Find out more at archimedefusillo.com.
Tribal Lores is a wonderful mix of Italian and Australian culture, growing up, fitting in, making friends and adapting to change. ? * _thegoodbooknook - Instagram * Archimede Fusillo has weaved a fantastic, emotionally filled and character-driven story about teenage friendships and family relationships. * Books.And.Brews - Instagram * this story will help young readers look past the things that make us different and recognise the things we share, and to see that our country is the richer for the diversity and colour that newer Australians bring * Good Reading * This was such a unique, interesting and heartbreaking book that I absolutely loved! * BookBookOwl - Instagram * Wow! Loved it. ... The writing flows easily, the pacing is good, the characters compelling. Totally recommended * SeventyEight.Sundays - Instagram *