Jesus wants me for a Sunbeam
Written in an evocative, haunting style, this moving tale of loss and the relationship between parents and child was first published in the collection Little Deaths in 1993.
'This is an extraordinary work that exemplifies all of Goldsworthy's talents ... Its finale is magnificent.'
Matthew Condon, Overland
'A tour-de-force of control and compression ... One of the many fine things in this splendid novella is Goldsworthys meticulous description.'
Andrew Riemer, Sydney Morning Herald
'Goldsworthy's genius as a writer is that he engages us in a whole range of emotions from humour to farce to profound sadness ... [The novella] is simple brilliant and utterly engaging.'
Peter O'Connor, The Age