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In the near-future eerie metropolis of San Francisco, surveillance drones buzz overhead, technology protecting, serving and – since the neuro-tech Crash of 2040 – unsettling citizens. The gruesome murder of …

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This unique volume is a collaboration by, and a conversation between, two well-published Western Australian poets. It is loosely inspired by the Japanese renga, a traditional collaborative form, but in …

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Rural fiction has become a broadly recognised and popular genre in recent years and Fleur McDonald is one of its brightest stars. Her latest novel, The Shearer’s Wife, takes readers …

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Stephen Twartz spins a tale of war and homecoming, following Eiric Sullivan and the Light Horse Brigade to Palestine in 1914 and on to his homecoming and post-war life in …

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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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