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    Deb Stewart / The White Line of Language

    Deb Stewart / The White Line of Language

    'The maturity of these poems, combined with the poet’s belief in the redemptive power of poetry, is a cause for celebration.’ - Syd Harrex (praise for Shadow Selves)

    $25.00

    Christina Houen / This Place You Know

    Christina Houen / This Place You Know

    Hay, New South Wales, 1923. Martha, a classics scholar from the coast, comes to teach in a man’s town in the outback. She falls in love with Henry, a local man, and they find their dream place on the river where they raise a family and breed a flock of sheep with fine wool. The unforgiving climate erodes their dreams.

    $32.50

    Adèle Ogiér Jones /  Counting the Chiperoni

    Adèle Ogiér Jones / Counting the Chiperoni

    Chiperoni: term for a kind of fog, drizzle rain, experienced in the Shire Highlands of southern Malawi during the cold, dry season; name derived from Mount Chiperone, an isolated mountain peak at the southern extremity of East African mountain ranges, covered with montane forests and surrounded by deciduous woodlands.

    $20.00

    James Finlay / Spitting Ink

    James Finlay / Spitting Ink

    'This arresting collection reflects a man who has experienced the vicissitudes of a life, analysed them, and refracted them back as art.' - Rob Walker

    $18.00

    Derek Mortimer / Vigil & other stories

    Derek Mortimer / Vigil & other stories

    Some of the tales in Vigil are sad, some are funny, some are both. All are full of humanity and a love for life.

    $25.00

    Suzanne Edgar / Catching the Light

    Suzanne Edgar / Catching the Light

    Catching the Light is Suzanne Edgar’s fourth collection of poetry. In it, this ‘intelligent, inventive and gifted poet continues her daring discoveries and explorations’ (Les Murray) of both the light and the darker sides of life.

    $22.50

    Laurie Brady / Beyond the Pale

    Laurie Brady / Beyond the Pale

    This collection of short stories focuses on a variety of unusual but not atypical emotional and lifestyle reactions people experience as a result of guilt, compassion, indiscretion, abuse, jealousy, fantasy, loss, sense of mission, and impending death.

    $27.50

    Katherine Buchanan / Leylines

    Katherine Buchanan / Leylines

    Leylines is Katherine Buchanan’s first book of poetry. It presents a selection of poems that either touch on the physical environment and our impact on it or provide the reader with a glimpse into a less tangible, somewhat ethereal, inner world.

    $16.00

    Terry Whitebeach & Gina Mercer (editors) / The Sky Falls Down: An Anthology of Loss

    Terry Whitebeach & Gina Mercer (editors) / The Sky Falls Down: An Anthology of Loss

    In this compelling collection, eighty-nine writers traverse their particular territory of loss and bring back travellers’ tales. Their skilfully crafted accounts are insightful, inspiring, amusing, heart-breaking, resilient and, above all, damn good reading.

    $37.50

    Millicent Jones / Don\'t Chuck Me Out

    Millicent Jones / Don't Chuck Me Out

    How ordinary becomes extraordinary when you empty the cupboard and unravel the jottings. The you will find that all lives are remarkable. Some make you weep more than others, but most are heroic.

    $22.50

    Judith E.P. Johnson / Only the Waves: haiku & senryu

    Judith E.P. Johnson / Only the Waves: haiku & senryu

    Judith E.P. Johnson allows her subjects to breathe new life through her haiku and senryu.

    $14.00

    Hugh Crago / All We Need To Know: A Family In Time

    Hugh Crago / All We Need To Know: A Family In Time

    This is a family history like no other, focusing squarely on the way that families mysteriously repeat the same patterns of personality and behaviour, generation after generation.

    $35.00

    Carolyn Masel / Moorings

    Carolyn Masel / Moorings

    This collection brings together Masel’s best work from the last forty years. Jagged and dramatic, these mostly free-verse lyrics direct their taut, plain-speaking voices toward discovery and, sometimes, wisdom.

    $20.00

    Lindsey Jane Doley / Here, There and Everywhere: Memoirs of an Air Hostess

    Lindsey Jane Doley / Here, There and Everywhere: Memoirs of an Air Hostess

    ‘A perfect peek behind the scenes at what life was really like as an air hostess in the bygone era of the 1970s and 80s. Poignant in places, laugh-out-loud funny in others, this book is a definite must-read.’ - David Blake, London author

    $27.50

    Anne M. Carson / Two Green Parrots

    Anne M. Carson / Two Green Parrots

    Anne M. Carson’s poems affirm human culture and values in the face of implacable realties. Beauty and suffering are skilfully interwoven to create poems with the meditative power to move and sustain.

    $20.00

    Janis Spehr / Flowers for the Protestants

    Janis Spehr / Flowers for the Protestants

    Most of the stories are located in a domesticated rural landscape which nevertheless retains a haunting, crooked beauty while some occur in an urban environment which enables women to forge new identities through work and love.

    $22.50

    Brian H. Jones / The Last Commando

    Brian H. Jones / The Last Commando

    This book is about the Boers of the Transvaal; it is about how they were formed, their relentless territorial expansion at the expense of indigenous groups in both the Cape Colony and the Transvaal, their struggle for distinctiveness and independence against Imperial and African pressures, the state that they carved out for themselves, and their abject defeat in the Anglo-Boer War.

    $30.00

    Julie Thorndyke / Mrs Rickaby\'s Lullaby

    Julie Thorndyke / Mrs Rickaby's Lullaby

    Mrs Rickaby’s Lullaby is an engaging novel of haunting lyricism and gentle humour, exploring the timeless themes of love, loss and widowhood, friendship and belonging.

    $27.50

    Decima Wraxall / Bloom

    Decima Wraxall / Bloom

    Decima Wraxall’s poems mirror moods of the natural world and humanity in a rich diversity of themes and settings.

    $25.00

    Colin Rogers / From the Mallee: Five stories

    Colin Rogers / From the Mallee: Five stories

    Five stories to take you away from the anonymity of big cities and into the Mallee. Into communities where everyone knows everyone else’s business or, if they don’t know it, they invent it.

    $27.50