The annual Sleepers Almanac continues to be the must-have for indie Gen-Y kids - the over-educated bunch who need a short, sharp fix of top-quality fiction. When Cate Kennedy spoke at the opening night of the Wheeler Centre, the new literary hub, she told a story so rich and textured that everyone who had been there that night had just one name on their lips, and it was Cate's. Cate's piece of storytelling is one of the many pieces to grace this latest Almanac, and it sits alongside new work from the likes of David Atle, Steven Amsterdam and Kalinda Ashton.When Sleepers was founded by Zoe Dattner and Louise Swinn several years ago their aim was to bring to the reading public the most exhilarating experience on the page. The previous Almanacs demonstrated how successful they were and now, in its sixth incarnation, the Sleepers Almanac has become an Atustralian institution, as always, the Almanac is a collection of short stories, poetry and cartoons, which specialises in bringrng together authors of some repute alongside tyro writers. It will also be launched as an iPhone application for those who like to read on the run.