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- Verse Chorus Press 2015; US$ 14.95
When Billy Glasheen picks up a trashy paperback he finds in his cab, its plot seems weirdly familiar. One of the main characters is based on him . . . Only one person knows enough about his past to have written it—Max, his double-crossing ex-partner in crime. But Max is dead. He famously went up in flames, along with a fortune in cash, after a bank... more...
- Verse Chorus Press 2016; US$ 19.95
It was country music that first gave Aboriginal people a voice in modern Australia, long before it was commonplace for Aboriginal dance companies to tour the world or for Central Desert dot paintings? to sell for astronomical sums. Though black skin and country music might seem an unlikely pairing, Aboriginal country music has a long and rich tradition,... more...
- Verse Chorus Press 2014; US$ 14.00
Funny, tough, and heartbreaking--often all at once--Mimi Lipson?s debut collection is a grand tour of bars, diners, bus stations, dog parks, hardcore clubs, vacant lots, and other places that draw people whose inner lives are richer than their wallets. Lipson?s alter ego, the sharp-tongued and sharp-eyed Kitty, appears in a variety of guises: as a... more...
- Verse Chorus Press 2012; US$ 13.95
Brisbane, 1943. A provincial Australian city has turned almost overnight into the main Allied staging post for the war in the Pacific. The social, sexual, and racial tensions stirred up by the arrival of tens of thousands of US troops provoke all kinds of mayhem, and Brisbane?s once quiet streets are suddenly looking pretty mean. Enter P.I. Jack Munro,... more...
- Verse Chorus Press 2011; US$ 12.99
A new edition of a classic of contemporary American literature, first published in 1997 by Sun & Moon Press but unavailable in recent years. “Dra-, the nondescript heroine of this grim, hilarious fiction, might have fallen through the same hole as Lewis Carroll's Alice, only now, 130 years later, there's no time for frivolity, just the pressing need... more...
- Verse Chorus Press 2014; US$ 12.95
June Wright wrote this lost gem in the mid-1950s, but consigned it to her bottom drawer after her publisher foolishly rejected it. Perhaps it was a little ahead of its time? Because while it?s a tour de force of the classic ‘country house? murder mystery, it?s also a delightful romp, poking fun at the conventions of the genre. When someone takes advantage... more...
- Verse Chorus Press 2010; US$ 12.99
From the get-go, it's clear that something strange is afoot in Munson, the fictional Florida hamlet where Stacey Levine's new novel, Frances Johnson, takes place. A volcano seethes on the outskirts of town, strange animals skitter in the shadows, and a dense brown fog has settled overhead. Pets and people vanish. Unfurling over a period of days leading... more...
- Verse Chorus Press 2012; US$ 13.95
Meet Billy Glasheen, a fresh voice in crime fiction. It?s Sydney, the 1950s, and Billy?s trying to make a living, any way he can. Luckily, he?s a likeable guy, with a gift for masterminding elaborate scenarios—whether it?s a gambling scam, transporting a fortune in stolen jewels, or keeping the wheels greased during a hair-raising tour by Little Richard... more...
- Verse Chorus Press 2011; US$ 19.95
When Robert Forster and Grant McLennan formed the Go-Betweens in Brisbane in 1977, they were determined to be different. They were angular, spare, and poetic when crashing directness was the prevailing style. Their heroes were Dylan, Creedence, and Television, when it was more fashionable to cite the Stooges and the New York Dolls. Their attitude... more...
- Verse Chorus Press 2011; US$ 22.95
The definitive account of AC/DC's rise to fame, when the ribald lyrics and charismatic stage presence of singer Bon Scott, along with the guitar work of Angus and Malcolm Young, defined a new, highly influential brand of rock and roll. Drawing on many interviews and featuring a gallery of rare photos, Clinton Walker traces the band's career through... more...