Deb Stewart (editor) / Adelaide: Mapping the Human City
Close to a hundred poems by over sixty poets who will take you all over the city of Adelaide.
Helen Castles / Within the Light
Helene Castles creates exquisite imagery with beautiful word placement and choice of topic.
Linda Boulton / Pas de Deux: A Carer's Story
This affecting and intimate memoir is a true and honest account of their shared experience of illness and family caregiving.
Elizabeth Goodsir / Like a Flash Eclipse
Against a back drop of bondless wild fire, poetry of losing and parting unearthing and resurging.
Doug Gregory / The Night is a Thousand Thoughts
The poems are honest, the language colloquial, as Gregory crafts candid and clever portraits of times past and of people he’s known.
Robin Sinclair / Upside Down World
This collection was put together during the long Covid lockdown of 2020.
John Watson / Three Obituaries and an Afternoon Tea
The three lives celebrated are of three diverse twentieth century figures. The Afternoon Tea is a Chekhovian affair shared with the poet Joseph Brodsky.
John Watson / The Tale of Gawain
Gawain and the Green Knight has been frequently translated but John Watson has chosen to devise a version running parallel to the original while avoiding direct translation.
John Watson / Four Refrains
Each of these Refrains demonstrates Watson’s verve and readiness to explore untrodden ways.
Vashti Farrer / Figures in the Landscape
Vashti Farrer places characters in their historical settings or quirky, timeless situations, and explores the power of human interaction with humour, poignancy and compassion.
Mary Pomfret / Bouquet of Traps
Mary Pomfret offers a bouquet of vignettes to the reader willing to be led from the surface sweetness of existence to the dark underside of the banal and every day.
Margaret Bolton / Mapmaker: The Life and Times of Abraham Ortelius
Abraham Ortelius was a mapmaker in the 1500s in Antwerp. His chief claim to fame was that he made the first map book, now called an atlas.
Marina Lutz / Somers Commonwealth Immigration Camp: Memories of Teaching at Victorian School No. 4653 in 1950
Here was a woman of unique experience. She was a living piece of Australia’s history.
Helen Lyne / Love, Disappointment and Other Joys of Life
The characters in this collection of thirty-one stories kick over the rock of life’s disappointments and discover freedom, joy, love, laughter and well-satisfied lust.
Adrian Rogers / Ecce Homo and Nine Painters
‘Behold the Man!’ How will nine painters, each with their own particular style, culture, attitudes and ambitions relate to the challenge?
David Atkinson / Strands and Ripples
David Atkinson’s latest collection is a cornucopia of the poetic spectrum; it confirms that he is one of Australia’s finest poets.
Jill Nevile / A Scent of Frangipani
Jill has not been afraid to bare her soul with poems of personal experience and her love and attachment to her furry friends.
Edna Taylor / Paving Stones
Some of these stories start in the middle - with folks on the way to somewhere - but the middle is only a continuation of what has happened previously and is a precursor to what is going to happen next.
Gabrielle Journey Jones / Etymology of Courage
Gabrielle’s poems are designed to be read out loud with a freedom which leads to personal resolution, revolution and joy.
Lorraine Haig / Paddling the Canoe
Lorraine Haig’s poems reflect the rhythms of the natural world and human relationships in states of flux.