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    Mark Miller / Light and Counterlight

    Mark Miller / Light and Counterlight

    In Light and Counterlight it is especially Mark Miller's unique view, his long experience and solid craft of writing that make his work look effortless.

    $20.00

    Libby Sommer / Lost in Cooper Park

    Libby Sommer / Lost in Cooper Park

    A bitter-sweet comedic account of mistakes, misconceptions and reconciliations in the lives of a disparate group of urban men and women.

    $27.50

    Robert Horne / The Glass Harpoon

    Robert Horne / The Glass Harpoon

    This is an important novel about friendship and love, and about aboriginal culture, frontier violence and the meaning of the law.

    $37.50

    Jena Woodhouse / Dreams of Flight

    Jena Woodhouse / Dreams of Flight

    This is a richly nuanced collection from an accomplished writer of immense style and grace.

    $27.50

    Kelly Van Nelson / Rolling in the Mud

    Kelly Van Nelson / Rolling in the Mud

    Kelly Van Nelson brings her raw trademark style to this eclectic range of bite-sized literary tales, stripping back the layers of false expectations to reveal the human psyche and the stark reality of today.

    $25.00

    Margaret Pearce / Not Mentioning Any Names

    Margaret Pearce / Not Mentioning Any Names

    In the no-man’s-land of the outer suburban battlefields, this motherhood caper keeps going on (when will they ever learn?) and so do the battles.

    $25.00

    Kathryn Spurling / Bureaucracy, Bankers and Bastards: a farmer\'s story

    Kathryn Spurling / Bureaucracy, Bankers and Bastards: a farmer's story

    Bill Mott had trusted his bank and lost everything: his land, his home, his livelihood, his future, his children’s inheritance and his marriage.

    $25.00

    Kevin Densley / Sacredly Profane

    Kevin Densley / Sacredly Profane

    Sacredly Profane has all the outstanding qualities of Kevin Densley’s previous collections - sparky lyricism, revealing jaunts down the byways of history, an abiding fascination with overlapping high and low cultures.

    $20.00

    Decima Wraxall / Flame

    Decima Wraxall / Flame

    Flame is an odyssey of diverse themes from nature, history, anxiety, loss, love, transcendence.

    $25.00

    Barbara Gurney / Seeking Self

    Barbara Gurney / Seeking Self

    Amid the reflective nature of many poems in Seeking Self, there is an expectant joy and delight of an ordinary day.

    $20.00

    Sarah Tiffen / Soldier Boy and the Rural Fundamentalists

    Sarah Tiffen / Soldier Boy and the Rural Fundamentalists

    Sarah Tiffen’s fifth book of poetry reveals a new authority and delicacy in the author’s writing as she explores more deeply central themes of much of her work.

    $22.50

    Tram Stop Poets / Harvesting Clouds

    Tram Stop Poets / Harvesting Clouds

    Harvesting Clouds is the debut anthology from Canberra’s Tram Stop Poets, a circle of both emerging and well-known regional writers.

    $20.00

    Betty McKenzie-Tubb / Metrognomic Tales

    Betty McKenzie-Tubb / Metrognomic Tales

    A collection of nineteen short humorous essays.

    $18.00

    Mike Greenacre / Nocturnal House

    Mike Greenacre / Nocturnal House

    The elegance of simplicity informs these poems, with nostalgia, family and love their prevalent themes.

    $30.00

    Heidi Giersch with Janet Brown / Dancing Into Freedom?

    Heidi Giersch with Janet Brown / Dancing Into Freedom?

    Come into Heidi's world. Her unique true story of a girl growing up in East Berlin, behind the Iron Curtain and the Berlin Wall, begins the moment she was chosen to go to ballet school.

    $37.50

    Maureen Mendolowitz / Potholes and Paris

    Maureen Mendolowitz / Potholes and Paris

    In this novel's climax of heightened and uncontrollable emotions, a terrible event occurs. Some lives are irretrievably damaged. Others are destroyed. Only the wretched village remains, its faded name on a broken board, crooked between two time-worn posts.

    $25.00

    John Egan / Return to the Sea

    John Egan / Return to the Sea

    John Egan is a Sydney poet who also lives on the south coast of NSW.

    $22.50

    Errol O\'Neill / Denying the Faith

    Errol O'Neill / Denying the Faith

    A collection of stories emanating from the experience of growing up, living and working in Australia’s third metropolis.

    $18.00

    Poets Corner / From Our Desks

    Poets Corner / From Our Desks

    This book represents the work of 35 poets who have been either regular attendees at Poets Corner or one of the many guest poets over the years.

    $8.00

    Stephen Smithyman / Halfway and Back

    Stephen Smithyman / Halfway and Back

    Halfway and Back covers the years 2013 to 2017 and functions as a kind of informal, poetic diary of encounters and events from the poet's life in those years.

    $20.00