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  • Earth Hourby David Malouf

    University of Queensland Press 2014; US$ 12.99

    A breathtaking new volume of poetry from an Australian literary icon, David Malouf?s first full volume of poetry since Typewriter Music once again shows us why he is one of Australia?s most enduring and respected writers. Earth Hour comes to rest at the perfect, still moment of ?silence, following talk? after its exploration of memory, imagination,... more...

  • Emerald Cityby David Williamson

    Currency Press 2014; US$ 17.99

    A fast-moving, wisecracking commentary on contemporary urban mores and morals, and the rivalries and passions to be encountered on the road to success. Colin, a screenwriter, and his wife Kate, a publisher, move to the ‘Emerald City’, where fame and fortune are there for the taking, but surprises are in store for them both. Sharp-edged, satirical... more...

  • Everyman and the Pole Dancersby Lech Mackiewicz

    Currency Press 2014; US$ 17.99

    A family of three generations is guided through their last hours. With fear, loathing and existential guilt all present in the perverse relationships, can Everyman realign these individuals so warped and deranged? Bizarre and fun yet hideously confronting, will Everyman lure everyone around a pole wherethere is nothing a good dance won’t fix. more...

  • Fare Thee Well, Hoddle Gridby Garry Kinnane

    Clouds of Magellan 2012; US$ 9.99

    Mid-50s to mid-60s Melbourne - a Wowserland of 6 o'clock closing, censorship, endless suburbia ... '... we could settle down. But that was the farthest thing from our minds. We didn't want security, we wanted adventure, risk, experience, we wanted to see and grasp the world ...' In 'Fare Thee Well, Hoddle Grid', Garry Kinnane... more...

  • Fast Talkerby David Eggleton

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 14.57

    A collection of poetry by a self-confessed 'ranter', Fast Talker is energetic, contemporary, and filled with an emphatic, punchy political and social awareness. Some of the poems are indeed Eggleton's well-known 'rants' " part showman patter, part incantation, part prophetic diatribe " that range helter skelter over the Kiwi psyche, the South Pacific,... more...

  • Fast Talking PIby Selina Tusitala Marsh

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 14.57

    Fast Talking PI is the first 'singular, confident and musical' collection of poetry by Auckland writer Selina Tusitala Marsh. 'Tusitala' means writer of tales in Samoan, and Marsh here lives up to her name with stories of her life, her family, community, ancestry, and history. Her poetry is sensuous and strong, using lush imagery, clear rhythms and... more...

  • Fog a Doxby Bruce Pascoe

    Magabala Books 2013; US$ 9.99

    Albert Cutts is a tree feller. A fella who cuts down trees. Fog is a fox cub raised by a dingo. He’s called a dox because people are suspicious of foxes and Albert Cutts owns the dingo and now the dox. Albert is a bushman and lives a remote life surrounded by animals and birds. All goes well until Albert has an accident ... This is a story of... more...

  • Fool Moonby Murray Edmond; Joanna Forsberg

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 14.57

    Fool Moon is a sparkling collection by a well-known poet. Constructed in four parts for the phases of the moon, it is as lively and irreverent as ever. There are bright glimpses of faraway places, warm conversations with friends, jokes and games with words, strong theatrical elements and encounters with other writers. One poem is made up of lines from... more...

  • The Frame Functionby Jan Cronin

    Auckland University Press 2013; US$ 28.99

    From Owls do Cry to The Carpathians, the novels of Janet Frame have challenged our understanding of what fiction does.The Frame Function is a guide for those who are intrigued, stimulated, sometimes baffled by Frame's powerful novels. In The Frame Function, Jan Cronin traces the operation of a prescriptive authorial presence within the novels to offer... more...

  • Free Logicby Rachael Briggs

    University of Queensland Press 2013; US$ 12.99

    Transmuting techniques, forms, and figures as she moves with enviable ease from themes of love through landscape to logic, Rachael Briggs evinces a relentless inventiveness and intelligence in this collection of poems. Structured as eight sets of inventive poems, from ?Twelve Love Stories,? which features different kinds of love to ?Solve for X and... more...