Published Or Not 05.03.201503/04/15
Nannie Raysons, Hello, Beautiful, is a series of autobiographical scenes from the plawrights life. Ilka Tampke has set Skin in Ancient Britain with the threat of Rome coming.File Download
Published Or Not 26.02.2015
A Fifty-year Silence between her grandparents inspired Miranda Richmond Mouillot to write a family history of love, war and a ruined house in France. The Rise and Fall of Great Powers is Tom Rachmans novel that crosses decades and continents telling...
Published Or Not 19.02.2015
Paul Carter writes of the humour and hurt in his patients and his own life in The Further Tales of a Country Doctor. The absurdity of the Irish troubles is once again explored in Adrian McKintys Gun Street Girl.File Download
Published or Not 12.02.2015
George Ivanoff talks about the challenges of developing his You Choose stories for young readers. Karina Smith is one of the editors of Adding Pimento; mini biographies of Caribbean migrants to Victoria.File Download
Published Or Not 05.02.2015
Sally Hepworth has a grandmother, mother and daughter with the same profession, but what are they not telling each other in The Secrets of Midwifes. Bert Newton is an icon of Australian television and the subject of Graeme Blundells biography,...
published or not 29_1_15
Anne Buists, Medeas Curse, is crime fiction with a forensic psychiatrist in pursuit of the truth.File Download
Published Or Not 11.12.2014
Alis Mcs The Eyeball End is certainly a travel book with a difference. Philip Taffs explores everything sinister in The Evil Inside.File Download
Published Or Not 04.12.2014
Anson Camerons The Last Pulse is a humourous book about who owns river water. The Great Ocean Quarterly is a journal about the history, personalities and landscape associated with the sea.File Download
Published Or Not 27.112014
In The Tainted Trial of Farah Jama Julie Szego wrote about a young Somalian man who was wrongly accused of rape. Could false assumptions put you in jail?File Download
Published Or Not 20.11.2014
The extinct thylacine is central in Tony Blacks story, The Last Tiger. Helen Razer has co-authored A Short History of Stupid: The decline of reason and why public debate makes us want to scream.File Download
Published or not 13.11.2014
In The Art of Belonging, Hugh Mackay writes about why we should live in a community and gives examples of people doing this in the fictional suburb of Southwood. David Hill takes us through The Making of Australia from settlement to Federation.File...
Published or Not 06.11.2014
Graeme Simsion continues to place challenges before his character, Don Tillman, in The Rosie Effect.File Download
Published Or Not 30.10.2014
The courtesan in Amy Tans, The valley of Amazement, provides a unique perspective into the culture and histpry of China.File Download
Published or Not 09.10.2014
Simon Barnards A-Z of Convicts in Van Diemens Land is an illustrated exploration of Tasmanias convict past. And what would happen if you wrote the truth about your family in the Christmas letter? This happens in Monica McInerneys, Hello from the...
Published Or Not 02.10.2014
The Gender Vendors; sex and lies from Abraham to Freud is a thesis by A L Jones. Robert Hillmans novel, Malini, takes young readers into the civil conflict in Sri Lanka.File Download
Published Or Not 25.09.2014
Adrian McKinty explores murder within an eccentric cult living under the tropical sun in, The Sun is God.File Download
Published Or Not 18.09.2014
Maree Coote won a New York award For The Art of Being Melbourne and has two more self published picture books at Melbourne Style. Anne Thompson talks about her book about Mette and Paul Gauguin published in Denmark. Lindy Cameron speaks about being a...
Published or not 11.09.2014
Matt Holdens translation of Nanni Balestrinis novel, Vogliamo Tutto, highlights the workers struggle in Italys hot autumn of 1969. Chinatown, missing mothers, John Donne poems and cold case murders are all part of The Astrologers Daughter. Rebecca Lim...
Published Or Not 04.08.2014
How do you keep adolescent daughters safe? In Kylie Ladds Mothers and Daughters four mothers take their 14 year olds on a holiday. Who will learn most about themselves? Journalist, Nick Bryant, explores our national identity inThe Rise and Fall of...
Published or Not 28.08.2014
Unwrapped Sky is Rjurike Davidsons revolutionary world of fantasy and imagination. Mark Henshaw has woven a wonderful tale of two men from different cultures brought together through memories and the hurt of being fathers in The Snow Kimino.File...
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