Ian McFarlane / Of Cheese and Chutney
Essays on a diverse range of issues, from the human rights of refugees, Indigenous reconciliation and the environment, to global conflict and economic rationalism. The elegantly expressed passion of the twenty-one pieces attacks the moral vacuum of right-wing arrogance with a search for humanity.
Brenda Eldridge / Homespun Tapestry
'…a series of life-centred, reflective essays in an elegant yet emotionally penetrating style… I heartily recommend this beautiful collection of essays, these reflections on a life lived, through all its lit and shadowed moments.' - Beyond the Rainbow
Betty McKenzie-Tubb / Metrognomic Tales
A collection of nineteen short humorous essays.
Steve Davis / Not Fit To Govern: Essays on Liberal Democracy
Essays with a common theme - a belief that representative democracy has not just outlived its usefulness, but has become a danger to the survival of humanity itself.
Anne Collins / My Friends This Landscape
Bicheno to Cradle Mountain and beyond - this carefully crafted collection of poetry and essays, earthed and numinous, bound by location and a particular lived experience but infinite in intimation, exhilarating and deeply restful, is a small jewel of a work.’ - Terry Whitebeach
Ian McFarlane / Murunna Point Revisited
Murunna Point Revisited is a revised and expanded version of Evening at Murunna Point, first published in 2001, and seeks to take its essays, stories and poems into the digital age with renewed concerns for issues of social justice, literature and love, seen from a critical perspective honed over many years by a largely invisible handicap.