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WAKEFIELD PRESS: This acutely personal new collection of poems by Cath Kenneally is grounded in the minutiae of the everyday.
WAKEFIELD PRESS: Artist and writer Stephanie Radok presents a revelatory picture of interconnectedness, describing art and its influences in a way that is jargon-free and universal.
MUP: Seminal 1950s Melbourne filmmaker Tim Burstall’s scathingly honest, self-deprecating and frank diaries have finally been published.
EXPRESS MEDIA: Brilliantly showcasing a range of young, emerging writing talent, the current issue of Voiceworks – on the theme of play – is extremely appealing.
TEXT PUBLISHING: A finely written, thought-provoking and satisfying novel about a young ballerina coming to terms with adolescence and her burgeoning sexuality.
ALLEN & UNWIN: For the student of theatre, John Bell’s first-hand reminiscences are hard to beat.
SCRIBE: While not offering much in the way of new insights, Meryle Secrest's biography of the artists is an engaging, worthwhile read.
BLACK INC: The Best Australian Essays 2011 is a deeply affecting, highly intelligent look at an Australia we may or may not be familiar with.
Black Inc: An important publication featuring 31 of Australia's best authors, The Best Australian Stories 2011 is an earnest, affecting look at modern-day Australia.
ARCADE PUBLICATIONS: Winner of the 2010 Fellowship of Australian Writers' Walter Stone Award for Life Writing, this tale of Australia's first novelist is carefully researched but a tad academic.
Two new books about urban innovation, published by the University of Western Australia Press and the Place Leaders Association.
PENGUIN: Anna Funder's follow-up to the award-winning Stasiland is an an important, factual narrative that addresses a largely ignored subject.
LAURENCE KING PUBLISHING: Professor Terry Smith's astutely written, intriguingly illustrated book on a global cultural phenomenon is at once profoundly expert and very accessible.
CURRENCY PRESS: Sonya Hartnett's analysis of Wolf Creek for the Australian Screen Classics series of publications is under-explored and problematic.
WAKEFIELD PRESS: Adelaide-based Iranian-Australian artist Hossein Valamanesh’s unique practice is explored in this beautifully produced new book.
Michael Bodey’s astoundingly candid account of the brutal, testosterone-driven machinations and towering egos behind the small screen.
EXPRESS MEDIA: The latest issue of this literary journal for writers under 25 explores the theme 'V' through fiction, poetry and prose.
The Annual Fiction Edition of this excellent journal features new writing from Benjamin Law, Romy Ash, Chris Womersley, Melissa Lucashenko and more.
The latest issue of this eclectic literary journal features Sophie Cunningham on gender bias in Australian literature, Dmetri Kakmi on aging, new fiction, and more.
The September Meanjin is elegantly redesigned and awash with creative conversations from writers around the country.
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