The western suburbs have always been pigeonholed as the 'poor' end of Sydney. But is Australia's most densely populated and culturally diverse region really just a monolith of impoverishment and socio-economic disadvantage? Perhaps class in Western Sydney is far more varied and complex than we could have ever imagined.
In this illuminating new anthology, over fifty writers from First Nations, migrant and refugee backgrounds juxtapose the ugly side of Western Sydney with the true wealth and beauty that can only ever be found on the inside.
Featuring new works of prose, poetry and nonfiction which have been compiled and edited by Adam Novaldy Anderson.