Anthologies / Essays

Helen Garner

Helen Garner visits the morgue, and goes cruising on a Russian ship.

Paul Anthony Jones

'Brilliant for anyone interested in the effervescent oddness of English' --Stig Abell on Word Dro

Karl Ove Knausgaard

The major new project from the author of My Struggle.

Stuart Kells

The Library: A Catalogue of Wonders is a love letter to libraries not just as mere collections of

Black Inc.

‘Always be a little kinder than is necessary.’

Adrian Mourby

Visit the historic places where great works of literature were written.

Mary O'Connell

A fabulous, sharply funny and heartbreaking love letter to Wuthering Heights and books, Dear Read

Bernadette Brennan

The first full-length study of Helen Garner's work, and a lively literary portrait that maps Garn

Siri Hustvedt

As well as being a prize-winning, bestselling novelist, Siri Hustvedt is widely regarded as a lea

Michaela McGuire, Marieke Hardy

Dear Madonna,

Emily Dickinson

Although a very prolific poet-and arguably America's greatest-Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) publish

National Library of Australia, & Jennifer Byrne

This is a little gem of a book-the perfect Christmas gift for lovers of reading!

John Simpson

Language is always changing.

Kirsten Mathew, Marc Ellis

An epic celebration, resource and ultimate gift book for and about dads.

Clive James

Between 1972 and 1982, Clive James wrote a weekly column about television for the London Observer

Charlotte Wood

A brilliant resource for established and beginning writers and for passionate readers everywhere

Helen Garner

I pedal over to Kensington just after dark.

Damon Young

* Due out April 1

Claire Halliday [ed.]

How did you become the person you are today?

Henning Mankell

A fascinating memoir-of-sorts from the legendary writer & campaigner for human rights: Quicks


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