Nicholas Hasluck / Rollo's Way
A lively memoir in which Nicholas Hasluck explores the life and times of his elder brother Rollo, an adventurer brimful of bright ideas and his own way of going at things.
Denise O'Hagan / The Beating Heart
The elegant assurance of these meditative and melodic lines remind us that poetry can be, as the author believes, ‘a form of music’.
Adrienne Cosgrave / I Have Secrets
Adrienne Cosgrave’s first published collection explores the human condition with originality and honesty.
Ian Coulls / Leaves of Life
This book is a compilation of writings by a man who describes himself frequently as 'white trash with a bit of education'.
Robyn Cairns / this peace
If humankind is to save Earth from environmental disaster, we need poets like Robyn Cairns to bring our attention back to nature.
Judith E.P. Johnson / briefly in spring: haiku & senryu
These tiny polished gems reveal a keen sense of wonder. They capture the essence of haiku in a way very few English language versions do.
Thérèse Corfiatis / Breath
Thérèse Corfiatis's passion for the natural world, its shape, substance and light and her exploration of the human condition offer moments in time that she hopes resonate for her readers.
Errol Dunn / Did That Really Happen?
A collection of humorous anecdotes from the workplace, the drinking place, the living place and a lot of other places.
Stephen Matthews (editor) / I Protest! Poems of Dissent
In these poems are to be found anger, anxiety, compassion, insight and sharp observation, expressed in the way that is the special gift of poets.
Jacqueline Lonsdale Cuerton / Prophecy & other stories
One remark can give rise to an idea which can lead to a variety of destinations.
Angus Gaunt / Black Rabbit
Angus Gaunt’s nasty little novel is about a man who stumbles towards a kind of redemption as he absents himself from society.
Hills Poets / Ripples
Settle in with a glass of wine maybe, and let our poetic words ripple though you.
Randwick Writers' Group / Sharing Writing Skills
This book shares many of the essential requirements for aspiring authors to achieve their publishing goals.
Michael Galvin / The Ben Book: A Father's Memoir
Benjamin was a textbook case of a boy, and then a young man, with Duchenne muscular dystrophy, and what it means to live and die from this disease, in Australia, in suburban Adelaide, at the end of the twentieth century and the beginning of the twenty-first.
Adrian Rogers / A Way Less Travelled
This collection features different ways of looking at the world around us, and the actions of people, trying to see everyday things in a different light.
John Biggs / Waves of Unreason: Australian Prime Ministers in the 21st Century
This book illustrates just how destructive neoliberalism has been to ordinary citizens, and how the two-party system has been corrupted by greedy politicians who have placed their own and corporate interests above those of the people they are supposed to be representing.
David Meldrum / Any Minute Now
In this memoir, David Meldrum begins by looking back at the boy who wanted to become a manager of people, like his father; a boy with some fears and faults who nevertheless rose quickly to increasingly senior jobs.
Jayne Linke / Nature's Cache
To wander through the natural world accompanied by Jayne’s poetry is to see it come alive with vivid colour, texture, sound and scent.
Geoff Lucas / A Gentle Armour
These poems are explorations and celebrations of a wide variety of subjects and themes across a broad spectrum of time and place.
Peter Kraus / Slow Train to Auschwitz
Memoirs of a life in war and peace.