Brisbane. Pre Expo '88. Rosanna walks into Anna's art therapy. She is delusional. Prostituted. Homeless. The government deems her unfit for parenting. Caught up in Brisbane's underbelly, she fights to reclaim her children. As Rosanna's story unravels, Anna's past begins to reveal itself. An elusive familiarity haunts their relationship. What ties these two women together? Rosanna is a deeply Australian story of hidden truths within the glory of our wild landscapes. It illuminates the healing force of sisterhood. Holds the charm of Celtic folklore. Shows the power of our human will to regain dignity out of the destruction of culture.

Paperback / softback  258pp  h153mm  x  w229mm  x s20mm 

ISBN13: 9781923105096