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A deep, emotional collection of stories that keeps you asking questions well after you’ve put it down.
SL Lim confronts the reader with some of the fissures in our society, but does not make the mistake of offering facile solutions.
Halibut on the Moon is a tragic biographical fiction on divorce, the nuclear family, maleness, guns and suicidal depression.
Much can be inferred from reading between the lines of this well documented cold case.
An engaging, funny and charming graphic novel for children that provides education and entertainment in equal measure.
Amra Pajalić recounts her childhood exploits and relationships with no holds barred.
This is an amusing novel about young people, with some astute insights into their values and relationships.
Award-winning director and screenwriter Jocelyn Moorhouse gives us a glimpse into her passionate world in this memoir about filmmaking and motherhood.
Miriam Sved’s second novel explores mathematics, antisemitism, and the complex relationships of friends and families across time.
Jo Thornely details the history and practices of ten cults, with particular emphasis on their leaders.
#MeToo is not one thing ‘owned’ by one group of women, as this new collection of personal essays, fiction, and poetry demonstrates.
In this collection of short stories, there is a poetic lilt to Womersley’s prose.
Anyone interested in the history of early white settlement in Australia will find this novel fascinating.
Cunningham’s essays on love, travel and nature humanise trees and animals, mixing the Anthropocene with the romantic.
A magnificent celebration of Ian North’s rich and diverse artistic life.
A powerful fusion of manifesto and memoir from one of Australia’s prominent disability activists.
This dystopian novel does not make for easy reading because it portrays such a horrible world for so many of its inhabitants.
Anyone interested in the written word will have a number of favourite publications about writing.
Kenden Alfond says her organisation, Jewish Food Hero, is inclusive of all religions and cultures, but highlights Jewish tradition.
The plot of The Overnight Kidnapper will puzzle most readers and keep them guessing to the end.
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