Author(s): Sonya Hartnett
The internationally celebrated writer Sonya Hartnett is firmly Melburnian but has restlessly moved from suburb to suburb in her search for the 'Last House' - that special corner of the world in which to settle and find contentment. Viewing her life and work through the lens of real estate, she vividly recalls the places she has passed through on her way to finding home.
Expanding on her 2010 Redmond Barry lecture, this short memoir is a beautifully atmospheric exploration of the idea of home and what it means to be a writer in a City of Literature.
Sonya Hartnett's work has been published around the world. She is the internationally acclaimed author of several novels, including Thursday's Child, Forest, Of a Boy (shortlisted for the Miles Franklin Award), The Silver Donkey, Surrender, the picture books The Boy and the Toy and Come Down, Cat!.Her most recent novel is The Children of the King.