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Thea Astley: Selected Poems
Thea Astley: Selec...
Thea Astley
Cheryl Taylor

The first published collection of poetry by Australian literary legend Thea Astley

A Descant for Gossips (UQP Modern Classics)
A Descant for Goss...
Thea Astley

A stylish reissue of one of Thea Astley’s finest early novels, featured in the UQP Modern Classics series.

Thea Astley: Inventing Her Own Weather
Thea Astley: Inven...
Karen Lamb

Finally, the first biography of one of Australia’s most beloved novelists.

Nine Lives: Postwar Women Writers Making Their Mark
Nine Lives: Postwa...
Susan Sheridan

In the decades after World War II, the literary scene in Australia flourished: local writers garnered international renown and local publishers sought and produced more Australian books. The tradition ...

The Third Metropolis
The Third Metropol...
William Hatherell

‘This fascinating and much needed book recognises the contribution of Brisbane’s artists, writers and creative spirits.’ – Thomas Shapcott Post-war Brisbane has been a powerful source for the literar ...

Making Waves: 10 Years Of The Byron Bay Writers
Making Waves: 10 Y...
Fay Knight
Marele Day
Susan Bradley Smi...

From the deeply moving to the powerfully political, more than 20 of Australia’s leading authors offer their ideas and stories for a new collection of writing brimming with passion, wit and humour.

Words To Walk By: Exploring Literary Brisbane
Words To Walk By: ...
Rodney Sullivan
Todd Barr

Venero Armanno, Thea Astley, John Birmingham, Nick Earls, Janette Turner Hospital, Andrew McGahan, David Malouf, Thomas Shapcott, Rebecca Sparrow From Malouf to McGahan, from Shapcott to Sparrow, Wor ...

The Australian Short Story
The Australian Sho...
Laurie Hergenhan

Henry Lawson · Barbara Baynton ·Henry Handel Richardson · Katharine Susannah Prichard · Christina Stead ·Gavin Casey ·Vance Palmer · Alan Marshall · Marjorie Barnard ·Judah Waten · John Morrison · Pet ...

Hot Iron, Corrugated Sky
Hot Iron, Corrugat...
Robyn Sheahan-Bri...
Stuart Glover

Eleven of Queensland's best writers: John Birmingham, Mary-Rose MacColl, Andrew McGahan, Gerard Lee, Steven Herrick, Jay Verney, Melissa Lucashenko, Martin Duwell, Nigel Krauth, Mark Svendsen and Pau ...

The Acolyte
The Acolyte
Thea Astley

Paul Vesper is fifteen and impressionable when he first meets Jack Holberg, a blind pianist and sort of folk figure in the town of Grogbusters, a man totally different from Vesper's "rotarian dad."



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