Announcing the contributors: We've Got This
More than 15 per cent of Australian households have a parent with a disability, yet their stories are rarely shared, their experiences almost never reflected in parenting literature.
Growing Up in Australia is out now
Growing Up in Australia also features gems from essential Australian memoirs such as Rick Morton’s 100 Years of Dirt and Magda Szubanski’s Reckoning.
Contributors include Tim Winton, Benjamin Law, Anna Goldsworthy, Nyadol Nyuon, Tara June Winch, Miranda Tapsell, Carly Findlay and many more.
With a foreword by Alice Pung, this anthology is a wonderful gift for adult and adolescent readers alike.
Mission is out now
Noel Pearson traces a life of politics, ideas and inspiring words in Mission.
Quarterly Essay 84 The Reckoning by Jess Hill is out now
QE84 The Reckoning by Jess Hill is out now
Seeking Asylum: Our Stories is out now
Seeking Asylum: Our Stories captures the stories of those who have lived the experience of seeking asylum. Published in partnership with the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, this beautifully illustrated hardback shares stories of the resilience, courage, love and hope of people seeking asylum—in their own words.
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Bizarre and unbelievably true facts from GIRT NATION
GIRT NATION is an epic tale of charlatans and costermongers, of bush bards and bushier beards, of workers and women who weren’t going to take it anymore.
Read an extract: The Game
What happens when the prime minister views politics as a game? The Game, is a must-read account of a man, a time and a nation. Read an edited extract.
Girt Nation is out now
The saga of Australia continues with… GIRT NATION.
The Game is out now
'Engrossing, illuminating and often disquieting'—Niki Savva