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In The Ozone Café, Helen Hagemann delivers a vision of 1960s and ’70s life in a small NSW Central Coast town, her lens a waterfront café. The novel is an …

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Like a dusty notebook turning up in an attic, Fossil obliges the reader to take pause. What was that task that took you up the ladder anyway? Listen instead to …

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When a local woman brings a mysterious painting into widower Mark Lewis’s small art gallery, she tells him it was done by a seventeen-year-old boy with cerebral palsy. Mark, however, …

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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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