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Hinterland
Hinterland
Steven Lang


‘We have this idea we can live anywhere, that we make a choice, but it’s not true. There are places that are for you and places that aren’t. You can tell which is which if you’re prepared to listen.’ ...

Available for purchase from 3/07/2017
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Scoundrel Days: A Memoir
Scoundrel Days: A ...
Brentley Frazer


Tom Sawyer on acid, a 21st-century On the Road, a Holden Caulfield for punks … an extraordinary memoir of a wild adolescence, told in a compelling, poetic voice


Little Fish Are Sweet
Little Fish Are Sw...
Matthew Condon


I recall meeting Lewis on a number of occasions in company with Tony Murphy. I recall conversation getting around to payments of money with Murphy and Lewis. Lewis thanked me on several occasions and ...


The Lucky Country? Reinventing Australia
The Lucky Country?...
Ian Lowe


Can we reinvent the Lucky Country? In 1964, Donald Horne described Australia as ‘a lucky country run mainly by second-rate people who share its luck’ in his iconic book. Now, more than five dec ...


Fair Food: Stories From A Movement Changing the World
Fair Food: Stories...
Nick Rose


Australia’s food system is broken. We have one of the highest rates of deforestation, biodiversity loss and species extinction on the planet. What can we do?


Catch and Kill: The Politics of Power
Catch and Kill: Th...
Joel Deane


A gripping, revelatory account of the secrets, lies, and truths of Victorian politics - written from the inside.


Time For Bed, Daddy
Time For Bed, Dadd...
Dave Hackett


Perfect for for sleepy parents all over Australia is the latest picture book from multi-talented author and cartoonist Dave Hackett.


My Pop is a Pirate
My Pop is a Pirate
Peter Carnavas
Damon Young


On the heels of the popular My Nanna is a Ninja comes the second picture book from a talented author and illustrator duo this time celebrating our much-loved grandfathers.


The Drunken Buddha
The Drunken Buddha
Ian Fairweather


This new edition celebrates Fairweather’s creative legacy; and the classic tale of Buddhist monk Chi-Tien, often drunk and irreverent but nonetheless considered a saint, continues to resonate across t ...


Ian Frazer: The man who saved a million lives
Ian Frazer: The ma...
Madonna King


When Professor Ian Frazer was awarded the patent for the vaccine to cervical cancer, he knew it could help to save the lives of 275,000 women around the world each year.



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