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Fremantle Arts Centre Press

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  • Benangby Kim Scott

    Fremantle Arts Centre Press 1999; US$ 16.95

    A powerful and triumphant novel in which the narrator, the 'first white man born', sets out to trace his connection to family and country through the minefield of post-colonial history. Co-winner of the Miles Franklin Literary Award. more...

  • Kiss of Bloodby Strephyn Mappin

    Fremantle Arts Centre Press 1999; US$ 5.05

    When a kiss leaves John bruised, battered and unconscious, maybe he should think twice about seeing that girl again ... But Elizabeth, Lavinia and their friends are strangely irresistible. John and Gino soon find themselves out of their depth, and scared out of their minds. more...

  • Going Inlandby Pat Jacobs

    Fremantle Arts Centre Press 2000; US$ 6.95

    It was their first trip. They joined the exodus north, the long procession of caravans and campers and gleaming LandCruisers, the tight-packed trailers with dinghies strapped on top, spreading up the coastal highway; part of the ritual urge that took hold in middle life - to go around Australia. more...

  • Surfing Antarcticaby Liane Shavian

    Fremantle Arts Centre Press 1999; US$ 6.95

    A hot and happening chick's gotta be ready for action. And, boy, is Zan ready. First she's busted in flagrante delicto with Darwin, the legendary Greenie filmmaker, sending Sheehan, her arrogant schmuck of an ex, wild with jealousy - which isn't altogether a bad thing. But then she gets involved in some crazy save the whales ecotage, trashing a... more...

  • Crusoe Boysby Vincent Serventy

    Fremantle Arts Centre Press 1995; US$ 3.95

    Tom rose on his elbow, stared at Spot then reached for the gun under his bed. What could be out there? Fear as tangible as the darkness filled the hut. The dim light from the fire threw frightening shadows. 'Open up! Be quick about it,' called a harsh voice. more...

  • Vampby Tracy Ryan

    Fremantle Arts Centre Press 1997; US$ 6.75

    Tracy has hit rock bottom. She's alone, there's no one to turn to; everyone looks like the enemy. Then she meets Sam - hard, smart and beautiful. more...

  • The Drowning Dreamby Peter Burke

    Fremantle Arts Centre Press 1998; US$ 7.25

    William Webber simply wants to set the record straight. At ninety-six he has a rare medical ailment, suffers a recurring watery nightmare, and knows a thing or two about history. After all, he was there for a bit of it himself. Back in 1920, the young Webber finds himself in a boys? own adventure story, far from home, on the trail of mystery... more...

  • Fetish Livesby Gail Jones

    Fremantle Arts Centre Press 1997; US$ 6.75

    Saints and dancers, writers and film stars, Elvis, Madame Tussaud and Mata Hari: just some of the lives explored in these unusual and arresting stories. With imaginative verve, Gail Jones weaves fact and speculation to reveal the 'fetish' aspects in the lives of people, both famous and ordinary. She explores the way they summon forms of yearning and... more...

  • River Childby Carolyn Logan

    Fremantle Arts Centre Press 1995; US$ 3.95

    Sarah is sixteen. After the death of her parents, on the ship coming to Australia, she finds herself alone in a strange but fascinating new land, left to care for her baby brother, Tommy. River Child is an intensely moving story of adventure, love, tragedy and courage. more...

  • We'll be Married in Fremantleby Julie Goyder

    Fremantle Arts Centre Press 2001; US$ 9.25

    Inspired by the extraordinary relationship that developed between the author and 'Joe', an elderly man suffering from Alzheimer's Disease, the book is an uplifting exploration of human relationships and how we all make sense of our lives through the act of storytelling. Compelling reading. more...