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  • The Journey Homeby Cathie Dunsford

    Spinifex Press 1997; US$ 12.95

    The Journey Home follows Cowrie through her passions for life, love, food and challenge. Peopled by a diverse array of characters: Benny the outrageous film-maker, Peta who Cowrie falls in love with and the student DK who has a few things to learn. Torn between her newly made friendships in California and her roots in her homeland, Cowrie discovers... more...

  • All That False Instructionby Kerryn Higgs

    Spinifex Press 2001; US$ 12.95

    This passionate, funny, and heartbreaking novel about a young woman?s turbulent coming of age was originally published under the pseudonym Elizabeth Riley. more...

  • Ao Toaby Cathie Dunsford

    Spinifex Press 2005; US$ 12.95

    A band of passionate conservationists wage war against the ravages of pollution and unregulated genetic engineering in this eco-thriller about sustainable ecology, the morality of science, and the interplay between local interests and the demands of the corporate and political world. New Zealand's ancient Maori tradition blends with feminist ideology... more...

  • The Ballad of Siddy Churchby Lin van Hek

    Spinifex Press 1997; US$ 12.95

    Lin Van Hek writes about the poetry of aunties in a novel that is at once thrilling and filled with the memories of wilful women. When Eadie Wilt disappears during the flood, everyone thinks she has drowned. But Siddy Church?s granddaughter has more life to live in a household filled with stories and larger-than-life characters. more...

  • Body Landscape Journalsby Margaret Somerville

    Spinifex Press 2000; US$ 15.95

    Reading Body/Landscape Journals is like falling through a faultline, as we respond to poesis, both as poetry and as thought creation. From Pine Gap Women?s Peace Camp and interactions with women across Australia, Margaret Somerville conjures up the landscape inhabited by both Indigenous and white women in the places they call home: the mountains,... more...

  • The Butterfly Effectby Susan Hawthorne

    Spinifex Press 2006; US$ 12.95

    The flap of a butterfly's wing in one part of the world can cause devastating storms on the other side, just as the word "lesbian"—a force full of vitality and world-changing creativity—can destroy families and bring down governments. Evoking the ancient worlds of pre-Vedic and Sapphic lovers, medieval jonglaresas , and nuns "fingering petals and... more...

  • The C-Wordby Jean Taylor

    Spinifex Press 2000; US$ 12.95

    The C-Word is an honest and forthright account of cancer. It deals with the loneliness the partner of a sufferer faces, the gruelling treatments of radiotherapy and chemotherapy, and the terror and calm of facing death. A story of a powerful lesbian partnership, as well as the strengths and weaknesses of community. more...

  • Evilby Diane Bell

    Spinifex Press 2005; US$ 12.95

    Newly appointed professor Dee P. Scrutari turns her anthropological gaze on the tribe of males who dominate St. Jude?s, a prestigious Jesuit liberal arts college in the northeast United States. When she can?t get a straight answer to her question of what happened to the previous occupant of her freshly painted office, she teams up with a band of colleagues... more...

  • The Falling Womanby Susan Hawthorne

    Spinifex Press 2006; US$ 12.95

    One woman's journey into the heart's landscape is mirrored by a haunting desert odyssey in this novel told in three voices—Stella, Estella, and Estelle. The narration follows Stella from birth to age 29 as she confronts epilepsy, death, and lesbianism; Estella as she confronts the Australian desert and the metaphoric edge of her consciousness with... more...

  • Fear of Foodby Carol Bacchi

    Spinifex Press 2004; US$ 12.95

    Incorporating diary entries and reflections, this personal account of one mother's struggles during the first 12 months of her son's life to get him to eat openly confronts the social challenges mothers encounter, including insensitive doctors, the marketing of maternity in the media, postpartum depression, and social isolation. The stinging question... more...