Each Pocket Place is devoted to an evocation of one of its author’s favourite places. New titles are added every month or so. Designed and edited to the same high standard as all Ginninderra Press titles, their handy format and low price are designed to appeal to armchair travellers and readers with an interest in social history.
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The author recalls growing up in Forty Green, in the English county of Buckinghamshire, in the years after World War II.
ISSN 2204-6739, 24pp, $4.00

1 / Forty Green: From the Embers of Memory / Brenda Eldridge

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The author recalls climbing Croagh Patrick. The highest peak on the west coast of Ireland and said to be its holiest mountain, Croagh Patrick has been a pilgrimage site since Neolithic times.
ISSN 2204-6739, 24pp, $4.00

2 / Croagh Patrick / Adrian Rogers

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Cyclists love Canberra’s network of cycle paths. PS Cottier explains why.
‘…breathtakingly affordable… [PS Cottier] writes poetically, deftly and quirkily.’ - Canberra Times
ISSN 2204-6739, 24pp, $4.00

3 / Paths Into Inner Canberra / PS Cottier

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Award-winning writer Ian McFarlane reconciles a haunting nostalgia for the natural beauty of his English childhood with an awakening adolescent and adult love for Australia. Of Bluebells and Barbed Wire fondly remembers a pre-digital past in a rapidly changing and chaotic present to suggest that our future is linked to where we began, how we survived and, ultimately, why we even bothered. Ian now lives near Bermagui on the far south coast of NSW with his wife, Mary, who was born and raised in Western Australia.
ISSN 2204-6739, 24pp, $4.00

4 / Of Bluebells & Barbed Wire

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The author recalls growing up in Linwood, Scotland.
ISSN 2204-6739, 24pp, $4.00

5 / My Linwood / Rose Helen Mitchell

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The author recalls the times she lived on two very different islands - Singapore and Cyprus.
ISSN 2204-6739, 24pp, $4.00

6 / Insulae / Maureen Mitson

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Memories of Germany before reunification.
ISSN 2204-6740, 24pp, $4.00

7 / West Germany 1972-1974

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The author evokes a visit to the Isle of Man.
ISSN 2204-6739, 24pp, $4.00

8 / The Isle of Man: Manannan's Kingdom

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