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Unlike the Heart: A Memoir of Brain and Mind
Unlike the Heart: ...
Nicola Redhouse


Investigating the difference between the brain and the mind, this is a thoughtful, reflective, and intelligent examination of psychology, neuroscience and psychoanalysis that cleverly combines the ana ...


We Are Okay
We Are Okay
Nina LaCour


An achingly beautiful novel about grief and the enduring power of friendship.


In Danger
In Danger
Josepha Dietrich


One woman’s powerful story of how her mother’s death saved her life.


Shadow Sisters
Shadow Sisters
Shelley Davidow


A brave, heartrending memoir of family, love and longing in the turbulent era of Apartheid in South Africa.


The Everlasting Sunday
The Everlasting Su...
Robert Lukins


A haunting debut novel about growing up, growing wild and what it takes to survive.


Trick of the Light
Trick of the Light
Laura Elvery


Trick of the Light is the beguiling debut collection from one of Australia’s rising stars.


Interval
Interval
Judith Bishop


The much anticipated second volume from an award-winning poet.


An Activist Life
An Activist Life
Christine Milne


Former Greens leader Christine Milne tells her story through 18 objects, interweaving the personal and political to recount a truly inspirational life.


The Secrets We Share
The Secrets We Sha...
Nova Weetman


The highly anticipated companion to Nova Weetman’s critically acclaimed middle-reader The Secrets We Keep.


Wake Up: The nine hashtags of digital disruption
Wake Up: The nine ...
David Fagan


Everything you need to know about the digital revolution and how it affects your life.



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