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This candid look at life as a pastoralist in Western Australia begins in the 1950s and is as colourful as it is affectionate. It will certainly appeal to those in …

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Yornadaiyn Woolagoodja’s commitment to representing his “Country and Culture … to help people understand” is the premise of this extraordinary book. In Yornadaiyn Woolagoodja, the senior West Kimberley artist takes …

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Mistress Martina’s Diary is a raw and fascinating account of the life of a bondage and discipline mistress. Told in the third person, the diary introduces the reader to Mistress …

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The reissuing by Fremantle Press of Stephen Kinnane’s award winning Shadow Lines is indeed a cause for celebration. Both a deeply researched archival investigation into the assimilationist policies of the …

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John Kinsella is an Australian poet, novelist, critic, essayist and editor and his memoir is a fascinating read. Unconventional in style, Kinsella’s passions shine through the text, which scatters details …

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