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  • What's Next in Journalism?: new-media entrepreneurs tell their storiesby Margaret Simons

    Scribe Publications 2013; US$ 14.99

    For the first time in human history, most people in developed countries are able to publish their news and thoughts to the world within a few minutes of deciding to do so. Meanwhile, the big industrial-scale media organisations are in decline, and at the same time there is a new blog, website, or social-media presence almost every hour.This book takes... more...

  • His Own Manby Edgard Telles Ribeiro; Kim M. Hastings

    Scribe Publications 2014; US$ 21.99

    In this award-winning novel, acclaimed Brazilian writer Edgard Telles Ribeiro illuminates a dark corner of his country?s history. Marcílio Andrade Xavier is a charismatic young diplomat whose intelligence is matched only by his ambition. During the military dictatorship of 1964?1985, Max?s artful manoeuvring ? political and personal ? assures him... more...

  • The Italians at Cleat's Corner Storeby Jo Riccioni

    Scribe Publications 2014; US$ 21.99

    In 1949, the arrival of an Italian family sets tongues wagging in the village of Leyton, an English farming community still recovering from the war. For seventeen-year-old Connie, however, the newcomers provide a tantalising glimpse of the wider world ? a world beyond the gossip and petty concerns traded over the counter of Cleat?s Corner Store. ... more...

  • The Obesity Paradox: when thinner means sicker and heavier means healthierby Carl J. MD Lavie; Kristin Loberg

    Scribe Publications 2014; US$ 21.99

    Most of us think that longevity hinges on maintaining a normal Body Mass Index. But research conducted over the last decade hit the media recently with explosive news: overweight and even moderately obese people with certain chronic diseases ? from heart disease to cancer ? often live longer and fare better than normal-weight individuals with the... more...

  • What about Me?: the struggle for identity in a market-based societyby Paul Verhaeghe; Jane Hedley-Prole

    Scribe Publications 2014; US$ 21.99

    According to current thinking, anyone who fails to succeed must have something wrong with them. The pressure to achieve and be happy is taking a heavy toll, resulting in a warped view of the self, disorientation, and despair. People are lonelier than ever before. Today?s pay-for-performance mentality is turning institutions such as schools, universities,... more...

  • Wordwatching: field notes from an amateur philologistby Julian Burnside

    Scribe Publications 2009; US$ 21.99

    A bonzer (p. 288) discussion of the strange but dinkum (p. 289) pedigree (p. 224) of the naughty (p. 202), nice (p. 212), and, sometimes, obscene (p. 217) English language. We live in a torrent of words ? from radio and television, books and newspapers, and now from the internet. But, as Julian Burnside reminds us in this new edition... more...

  • The Brain that Changes Itselfby Norman Doidge

    Scribe Publications 2010; US$ 21.99

    An astonishing new scientific discovery called neuroplasticity is overthrowing the centuries-old notion that the adult human brain is fixed and unchanging. It is, instead, able to change its own structure and function, even into old age. Psychiatrist and researcher Norman Doidge, MD, travelled around the United States to meet the brilliant scientists... more...

  • Plenitudeby Juliet B. Schor

    Scribe Publications 2010; US$ 26.99

    At a moment of ecological decline and continuing ?nancial uncertainty, best-selling author and economist Juliet Schor offers a revolutionary strategy for changing how we think about consumer goods, intrinsic value, and ways to live.Earth, we have a problem: humans are degrading the planet far faster than they are regenerating it. This is leading to... more...

  • The Longest Decadeby George Megalogenis

    Scribe Publications 2008; US$ 21.99

    Paul Keating and John Howard altered the nation’s body-clock. Between them, they dominated 30 years of power, as both treasurers and prime ministers. Typically, they have been seen only as antagonists with competing visions of Australia and its place in the world. In The Longest Decade, however, George Megalogenis argues that they also deserve... more...

  • The House in Via Mannoby Milena Agus

    Scribe Publications 2009; US$ 18.99

    ?But what do we really know about other people?? In this magical, jewel-like novel, a young Sardinian woman explores the life of her Nonna ? her romantic, beautiful, and somewhat crazy grandmother. Nonna is an unforgettable character whose life spans much of the twentieth century. A dreamer with fierce loyalties and unbridled passions, we follow her... more...