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.
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.
Rosemary Winderlich / Sky Roads, Sea Roads & Dreams
Where I have been, the map lives - friendships, vistas, birds’ cries.
Belinda Broughton / Not Looking For Signs
"Her poems, showing us the wonder of the world – from the towering magnificence of trees to blue wrens singing their ‘hopeful songs’ - are prescient reminders of all we stand to lose if we, as human beings, continue to see ourselves as the centre of the universe.” - Louise Nicholas
Airlie Jane Kirkham / A Kaleidoscope of Paintings
'Airlie paints pictures from her personal journey inviting us to share her love of beauty and the joys in her life.’ - Mary Taylor
Susan-Gaye Anderson / On Roll the Days
A collection of poems about joy and grief, ugliness and beauty in the lives we all lead.
Rosemary Winderlich / Silence Is Consent
'Silence is consent' – my effort to wake the sleeping to speak up for the oppressed.
Anne Landers / Luminosity
Luminosity is a collection of carefully observed, profoundly moving poems that cast a bright light on a wide range of life experiences.
Colleen Keating / Desert Patterns
Desert Patterns is a collection of poetry that touches the membrane between two worlds with the breath of wildness and our inland journeys.
Adrian Flavell / shadows drag untidy
shadows drag untidy is Adrian Flavell's second collection of poems.
Indrani Perera / pas de deux
Indrani invites us to dance with the rhythm of her words - to sway, twist and twirl through them on a journey deep into the heart of creativity.
John Watson / Theatricals
The idea of retelling theatre stories began with a second-hand copy of Donald Sinden’s Theatrical Anecdotes. Other anthologies, biographies and histories followed.
l.e. berry / Channelling Childhood
‘A look back to childhood, both vehement and vulnerable, Channelling Childhood is an engaging read.’ - Les Wicks
George Genovese / A Gloomorous Book In Verse
As the title suggests, A Gloomorous Book In Verse is a seriously funny book and should not be left in the possession of unsupervised children.
Christopher Nailer / The China Cabinet and other poems
What happens when you collide with China after thirty years studying the language, literature, history? This bilingual collection reflects on that encounter, and others, over the twenty-five years that followed.
Martin Christmas / Random Adventures
'Random Adventures shows Martin Christmas maturing as a poet, and is an important step forward in his writing.’ - Steve Evans, former Director of the Creative Writing Program, Flinders University
Raymond Evans / The Merry Dance: Poems of Memory and Imagination
'Raymond Evans is a poet with historical eyes. He gathers up our pasts with his own - youth and childhood, the old world and the new - in jewelled notes that remain long after reading. This is a gorgeous book.’ - Kris Olsson
Thérèse Corfiatis / The Boy Who Loved the Moon
The Boy Who Loved the Moon is an exploration of a mother’s love. It is a love that transcends what most experience, because the respites from reality are so fleeting.
Anne Collins / How to Belong
'With immediacy of language and vivid imagery these poems cast an ever-widening circle of light on matters that are at once particular and universal, of the times and timeless.’ - Jane Williams