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  • In the South Seasby Robert Louis Stevenson

    The Floating Press 1908; US$ 3.99

    In the South Seas is a collection of Robert Louis Stevenson's articles and essays on his travels in the Pacific. In his words: "For nearly ten years my health had been declining; and for some while before I set forth upon my voyage, I believed I was come to the afterpiece of life, and had only the nurse and undertaker to expect. It was suggested... more...

  • 'What Do We Want?'by Heidi Norman

    Aboriginal Studies Press 2015; US$ 31.99

    The passage of land rights laws in New South Wales in 1983 saw political intrigue, deception, and disappointment as well as unprecedented engagement by Aboriginal citizens and their supporters. How could a sympathetic New South Wales State Government redress the effects of 200 years of colonization in the most densely populated state in the Commonwealth?... more...

  • The Hawke Ascendancyby Paul Kelly

    Allen & Unwin 2008; US$ 31.81

    Paul Kelly's masterful study of the Hawke government, reissued to mark the 25th anniversary of its ascent to power. more...

  • Life on the Edgeby Judy Horacek; Judy Horacek; Dale Spender

    Spinifex Press 2004; US$ 12.95

    From condoms to neutrons, oil slicks to T-shirts, and revolution to odd socks, this collection of insightful cartoons from a leading Australian cartoonist confronts an array of hilarious situations with signature zany wit. more...

  • An Outback Lifeby Mary Groves

    Allen & Unwin 2011; US$ 18.17

    An outback tale of a woman who spent the prime of her life in the Northern Territory, often struggling to put a meal on the table, told in simple, straightforward language, the narrative zipping along at a lively pace, with one cracking yarn after another. more...

  • Old-Timersby Sandy Thorne

    Allen & Unwin 2011; US$ 18.17

    An earthy, entertaining collection of yarns about twenty larger-than-life outback characters. more...

  • Goodbye Crackernightby Justin Sheedy

    Port Campbell Press 2011; US$ 12.99

    Crackernight! One night a year, the infinite normality of the suburbs is shot with utter magic. 'Goodbye, Crackernight' is the story of one boy's childhood in 1970s Australia. It is a story of fireworks, of fun that cost nothing, of second-hand bikes, UFO-crowded skies, streakers, lime green Valiants, half-sucked Sunny Boys and electric... more...

  • Chinese Factorby Pamela Tan

    Rosenberg Publishing 2008; US$ 15.99

    The author left Australia patriotically attracted to the new China created by the communist revolution. She stayed nearly 30 years through a period of initial promise followed by a series of disasters. Here, she explores her experience, beliefs, confusion and fear in China, her young life in Melbourne that led to China and her post-China journey once... more...

  • Athabasca?s Going Unmannedby Diane Conrad

    SensePublishers 2012; US$ 39.95

    Athabasca?s Going Unmanned is set in a youth offender jail in Alberta, Canada and tells the story of three incarcerated youth and the corrections staff who work with them. The story centres on an escape plot hatched by the inmates and ultimately examines the needs of incarcerated youth and the prospects for offering them programming with transformative... more...

  • A Radical Lifeby Russel Ward

    Allen & Unwin 2012; US$ 11.81

    The influential and controversial historian of The Australian Legend. more...