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ANGELA'S ANOREXIA: THE STORY OF MY MOTHER

 

A son’s story of the debilitating illness, Anorexia Nervosa, that his single mother suffered from throughout his childhood. Read more

ARCO: THE LEGEND OF THE BLUE VORTEX

An exciting debut story from writer and poet Ferdinando Manzo, Arco explores man’s battle with the sea in an attempt to seek solace. Read more

 

SHORT STORIES 

SYDNEY SCHOOL OF ARTS

A collection of new writing:

 

*Couchsurfing to rollerskating

 

* Valentine's Day to uber-sex

 

*Mont-Saint-Michel to the Gold Coast.

What's not to enjoy?

BURMA MY MOTHER - AND WHY I HAD TO LEAVE

 

Sao Khemawadee Mangrai's memoir of living through good times and bad in Burma before an escape to a new life of freedom. Read More

THE DARK SIDE OF THE OPERA

This Sydney Collection of poetry and pays tribute to a city that has become a second home for Ferdinando Manzo. It describes the city’s soul. Its life. Even its dark side. Read More

AN EXTRAORDINARY RELATIONSHIP

Former counsellor Leo Ryan explains how people can bring on the changes needed have a great relationship. Read More

I WILL

'I Will: A Memoir of Stroke, Renewal and the Power of Song' is Jenny Sheldon's account of recovering her life and voice after being left unable to speak following a stroke. Read More

A JOURNAL OF SELF DISCOVERY

Author Dr Christine Williams describes what happens over a period of several months as she undergoes treatment for back pain by a Zen Thai Shiatsu bodywork masseur in an ‘Age of Aquarius’ revelation. Read More

NIGHT ROAD TO LIFE

Ferdinando Manzo’s poetry features themes of the sea and the emotions, particularly the deeply felt joys and melancholies experienced by men. Read More

REPORTED MISSING

A thrilling debut novel from Sydney author Diane Harding, ‘Reported Missing’ follows a couple’s ordeal as they risk everything to save their daughter and grandchildren from her abusive, even murderous, husband. Read More

ROAD TO RISHI KONDA

Geetha Waters’ stories centre on a girl growing up in Kerala and Andhra Pradesh in the ’60s and ’70s. Read More

A TASTE FOR DIAMONDS

A Taste for Diamonds is a love story that spans two continents, from London to Buenos Aires, as Harriett and the man she loves face the consequences of getting involved in the international diamond trade. Read More

WAKING THE MIND

Geetha Waters’ engaging selection of short stories is a reflection on Jiddu Krishnamurti’s impact on her education based on her experiences at a school he founded in South India. Read More

ANTHOLOGY Short Stories

A skyful of stars, an architect’s dream house, vengeance and betrayal, immaculate love. Anthology is a collection of short stories across a wide range of themes and styles. Read more

BLACK, GAY & UNDERAGE

In this first volume of a three part memoir, Wil Roach writes about living within a Caribbean culture in the heart of London, as a child of the ’60s through to the ’80s. Read more

 

SHORT STORIES 

SYDNEY SCHOOL OF ARTS

A collection of new writing:

 

*Couchsurfing to rollerskating

 

* Valentine's Day to uber-sex,

 

*Mont-Saint-Michel to the Gold Coast.

What's not to enjoy?

CHRISTINA STEAD: A LIFE OF LETTERS - A BIOGRAPHY

 

The first full-length biography of Christina Stead (17 July 1902 – 31 March 1983), an Australian novelist and short-story writer acclaimed for her satirical wit and penetrating psychological characterisations. Read More

DRENCHED BY THE SUN

Syam Sudhakar’s poetry draws on his cultural roots in Kerala as well as the splendour of its natural habitat. Read More

A HAIKU WORKSHOP

Comprehensive and succinct guidelines to writing English-language haiku presented by Quendryth Young. Now available through the Australian Haiku Society. Read more

JIDDU KRISHNAMURTI WORLD PHILOSOPHER

REVISED EDITION

 

The life of the 20th-century philosopher Jiddu Krishnamurti was truly astonishing. As this new updated edition shows, people from all over the world would gather to hear him speak. Read More

KRISHNAMURTI IN AUSTRALIA

This book tells the story of Jiddu Krishnamurti’s visits to Australia and New Zealand over a period of 50 years. Read More

NINA

Nina, a fragile young woman, leaves her secure marriage and moves to New York City. There she finds insight into the workings of her mind through an illicit relationship with Benjamin, a self-destructive painter. Read More

THE ROAD TO MANDALAY LESS TRAVELLED

Ingrid Raj’s thesis provides research on a selection of Anglo-Burmese writing published from the period of British rule in Myanmar (formerly Burma) up until 2007. Read More

STRANGER

A mystery thriller set in Sydney by crime writer Peter A Stankovic, featuring a hero struck with amnesia who must recall his identity while battling master criminals. Read More

THE UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE

Nicky Gluch’s memoir, published in 2019, is set in Israel in 2013-14. It explores how the experience of living and studying there led Gluch to pursue a musical career. Read more 

WHAT'S IN A NAME?

Lawrence Goodstone's collection of short stories featuring snapshots of the human condition, set in Australia, ranging over a number of genres from crime to science fiction. Read More

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