Books by Rohan Wilson

TO NAME THOSE LOST by Rohan Wilson
Released: Feb. 7, 2017

"Still, this is a fast-paced, hard-nosed fable about revenge, pursuit, and the search for a moral compass in a place where chaos and rage and injustice set every dial wildly aquiver."
The second novel from Australian writer Wilson, whose debut (The Roving Party, 2014) won literary prizes and comparisons to Cormac McCarthy, offers another stylish—if familiar—contribution to the literature of lyric violence. Read full book review >
THE ROVING PARTY by Rohan Wilson
Released: Feb. 25, 2014

"For neither the faint of heart nor those who prefer strong plots, Wilson's work will nonetheless gratify fans of more bleak and rugged times."
Wilson's debut is a grim and bloody tone poem that follows the historical figure John Batman and a motley assemblage of men through the Tasmanian bush as they hunt Aborigines in 1829. Read full book review >