Anthologies / Essays

Elena Ferrante


Travis Elborough , Nick Rennison

A Traveller's Year is an anthology of extracts from diaries, journals and letters, two or three f

Deborah Alma

A brilliant new anthology of poems that will help you to overcome stress, depression and other an

Christopher Hitchens

These seminal, uncollected essays by the late Christopher Hitchens showcase the notorious contrar

Marieke Hardy, Michaela McGuire

'Letters, we have witnessed firsthand, stir some unusually beautiful things in people,' write Wom

Peter Carey

A decorated writer's witty, energetic exploration of his home city, told through a month-long vis

Alex Miller

A selection of short pieces - both fiction and non-fiction - from one of Australia's greatest lit

Louise Welsh [Ed.]

100 scary stories to read with the light on selected and introduced by award-winnin

Shaun Usher [Ed.]

The follow-up to the international bestseller and publishing phenomenon Letters of Note.

Debra Adelaide

For it is in The Simple Act of Reading where the living and the dead, the real and the imagined,

Monica Dux

Australian storytellers write about becoming a mother.

Black Inc. (Ed.)

Something Special, Something Rare presents outstanding short fiction by Australia's finest female

David Malouf

Words, music, art and performance. The stuff of a satisfying life.

Gretchen Miller

A very special collection of over one hundred stories, memories, and reflections on trees that ha

Bambi Smyth

Bambi Smyth didn’t want to face the rest of her life being stuck in suburbia as a single, childle

Lily Brett

New York is a walker's city. You can walk for hours. The streets slip by.

Michaela McGuire, Marieke Hardy

Writing a letter can be an act of confession or celebration, while receiving one can bring joy, i

Michael Leunig

A new edition of Leunig's much loved and best-selling collection of prayers, featuring remastered

Julia Rothman

In the bestselling tradition of The Where, the Why, and the How, this offbeat illustrated history

Otto Penzler (Editor)

What treats you have in store!' IAN RANKIN.


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