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NON-FICTION
Title Details Available Versions

A Compulsion to Kill

Non-Fiction:
True Crime

A Compulsion to Kill
Robert Cox

A Compulsion to Kill is a dramatic chronological account of 19th-century Tasmanian serial murderers. Never before revealed in such depth, the story is the culmination of extensive research and adept craftsmanship as it probes the essence of both the crimes and the killers themselves.

ISBN 9781922120946;
PB (250pp):
AU$33
US$24
NZ$36
UK£16
EU€19

eBk: ISBN 9781922120953;
AU$17
US$15
NZ$19
UK£10
EU€12

Uncertain Adventure

Non-Fiction: Quakers
A Demanding and Uncertain Adventure
Rosemary Morrow

The 2011 James Backhouse lecture is concerned with developing a theological response to the need to adopt more sustainable practices such as permaculture to ensure that all people have a reliable supply of food.

ISBN 9780980325874;
PB (76pp):
AU$15
US$14
NZ$16
UK£9
EU€10

eBk: ISBN 9780980325898
AU$8
US$8
NZ$9
UK£5

EU€6

Few Drops Short Pint

Non-Fiction: Travel
A Few Drops Short of a Pint
Chris Dowding

Winner, IP Picks 2007, Best Creative Non-Fiction.

This inspiring travel memoir is about a man learning to open up to the new culture around him, letting in freedom and happiness. With an honest and natural voice Chris skillfully balances keen observations on Ireland, and historical and cultural details, with a good dose of humour.

 

 

ISBN 9780646592398;
PB (208pp):
AU$30
US$24
NZ$33
UK£14

EU€17

A Place to Read

Non-Fiction: Essays
A Place to Read: Life and Books
Michael Cohen

 

Cohen's subjects can be as commonplace as golfing with close friends, amateur astronomy, birding, or learning to fly at the age of sixty. But he asks difficult questions about how we are grounded in space and time, how we are affected by our names, how a healthy person can turn into a hypochondriac, and how we might commune with the dead. And throughout he measures, compares and interprets his experiences through the lens of six decades of reading.

ISBN 9781922120922;
PB (256pp):
AU$33
US$24
NZ$36
UK£16
EU€19

eBk: ISBN 9781922120939;
AU$17
US$15
NZ$19
UK£10
EU€12

Astronomer Reflects

Non-Fiction: Quakers
A Quaker astronomer reflects: Can a scientist also be religious?
Jocelyn Bell Burnell

In the 2013 James Backhouse lecture, Dame Jocelyn Burnell describes astronomers’ current understanding of the Universe we live in and shows how she combines her Quakerism and her science.

 

ISBN 9780646592398;
PB (56pp):
AU$15
US$14
NZ$16
UK£9
EU€10

eBk: ISBN 9781922120458
AU$8
US$8
NZ$9
UK£5

EU€6

Non-Fiction: Health / Memoir
Art from Adversity: A Life with Bipolar
Anne Naylor

Winner, IP Picks 2012 Best Creative Non-Fiction.

Enhanced by the author's paintings, Art from Adversity shines the spotlight on mental illness, in particular, bipolar disorder. It provides an insight into what it is like to become mentally ill, to ascend into mania, free fall into depression, andfinally emerge profoundly changed by the experience.

ISBN 9781922120113;
PB (206pp):
AU$33
US$25
NZ$36
UK£17
EU€20

eBk: ISBN 9781922120120;
AU$17
US$15
NZ$19
UK£10
EU€12

Black McIntosh to Gold

Non-Fiction: History / Biography
Black McIntosh to Gold
Lois Shepheard

An exquisitely detailed portrayal of settlement Australia in the 1800s, Black McIntosh to Gold spans a century as it traces a family’s migration from a fishing village in the far north of Scotland to the gold fields of New South Wales. One after another, members of the McIntosh clan are called to make the journey into unknown territory where dreams of happy families, workable land and perhaps even gold await.

ISBN 9781922120823;
PB (210pp):
AU$33
US$25
NZ$36
UK£17
EU€20

eBk: ISBN 9781922120830;
AU$17
US$15
NZ$19
UK£10
EU€12

Blood and Guts

Non-Fiction: Health
Blood and Guts
Gloria Burley

A former nurse tells it as she saw it: the dedication of medical professionals doing their best for their patients but also the limitations of people who are after all only human.

ISBN 9781921479069;
PB (240pp):
AU$30
US$24
NZ$33
UK£14

Faith, Hope, Doubt

Non-Fiction: Quakers
Faith, Hope & Doubt
George Ellis

Given contemporary attacks on religious faith, the 2008 Backhouse Lecture from the Society of Friends (Quakers) in Australia asks what are the intellectual resources and sources of spirituality that can sustain us in these times of uncertainty?

ISBN 9780980325812;
PB (64pp):
AU$15
US$14
NZ$16
UK£9
EU€10

eBk: ISBN 9780980325812
AU$8
US$8
NZ$9
UK£5

EU€6

Finding Voice

Non-Fiction: Quakers
Finding Our Voice
Australian Young Friends (Quakers)

The Young Friends (Quakers) give their views on the key issues facing youth today in an effort to encourage spiritual discovery and deep bonding within and outside the Quaker community.

ISBN 9780980325812;
PB (72pp):
AU$15
US$14
NZ$16
UK£9
EU€10

eBk: ISBN 9780980325867
AU$8
US$8
NZ$9
UK£5

EU€6

Frenchmans Cap

Non-Fiction: History
Frenchmans Cap: Story of a Mountain
Simon Kleing

Winner, IP Picks 2012 Best Creative Non-Fiction.

A powerful portrayal of the history and ecology of one of Tasmania's iconic mountains, which was subject to one of the earlier struggles between environmental and commercial interests before it became a national park.

ISBN 9781922120052 (HB, with index) (300pp):
AU$50
US$46
NZ$58
UK£30
EU€35

ISBN 9781922120052;
PB (300pp):
AU$33
US$25
NZ$36
UK£17
EU€20

eBk: ISBN 9781922120069;
AU$17
US$15
NZ$19
UK£10
EU€12

From Inside Out

Non-Fiction: Quakers
From the Inside Out
Dr David Atwood

In the 2012 James Backhouse lecture, Dr David Atwood draws on over sixteen years of experience in the Quaker United Nations Office to discuss how Quakers can change the world by focussing on peace-building.

ISBN 9780646569383;
PB (76pp):
AU$15
US$14
NZ$16
UK£9
EU€10

eBk: ISBN 9781921869877 
AU$8
US$8
NZ$9
UK£5

EU€6

Harry Potter Power

Non-Fiction: Psychology
Harry Potter Power
Dr Julie-Anne Sykley

Harry Potter Power uses motifs and situations from the popular Harry Potter series and links them to theories and strategies designed to help young people overcome anxiety, anger, depression and grief.

ISBN 9781921479311;
PB (259pp):
AU$33
US$25
NZ$36
UK£17
EU€20

ISBN 9781921869815;
eBk:
AU$17
US$15
NZ$19
UK£9
EU€11

Ipso Facto

Non-Fiction: Religion
Ipso Facto
Don Leichel

 

An antidote to The Da Vinci Code, unravels concealed messages in prophetic texts identifying Jesus as the Messiah, using a scholarly approach in tackling some of the most challenging questions surrounding the emergence of Christianity.

ISBN 9781922120342;
PB (514pp):
AU$50
US$40
NZ$56
UK£26

EU€32

Suzuki

Non-Fiction: Biography
Memories of Dr Shinichi Suzuki: Son of His Environment

Lois Shepheard

Dr Shinichi Suzuki, creator of “The Suzuki Method” is remembered in this important book for his extraordinary warmth, care, and sense of humour. Even as the word “Suzuki” slips into the realm of mythology, this book recalls scenes from his life, explains how he was influenced by Japanese history and goes deeply into his Zen environment.

ISBN 9781922120137;
PB (128pp):
AU$30
US$24
NZ$33
UK£16
EU€19

eBk: ISBN 9781922120144;
AU$16
US$13
NZ$18
UK£9

EU€10

Mum: speaking Latin

Non-Fiction: Art
Mum: speaking Latin with a singlet tan

Dale Kentwell

Artist Dale Kentwell headed for the Outback with two young children and a desire to paint what she saw. Her quirky paintings are set against witty nuggets of text , commenting on themes of motherhood, and the beauty of the Outback. The DVD film has an extended interview with Dale, narrated by her son Jarrah, plus a complete slideshow of the paintings.

 

ISBN 9781921479274;
HB (32pp):
AU$25
NZ$33

Film version: ISBN 9781921479403;
AU$20

Planets

Non-Fiction: Memoir

My Planets: a fictive memoir

David P Reiter

My Planets is in fact a suite of works – a physical book; an enhanced eBook incorporating images, music, sound and video with spoken word and text, a film. Like most of David P Reiter's work, it challenges the boundaries, changing shape with the message, inviting the reader to time-travel on a Tardis of the mind.

Making his planets your own.

ISBN 9781921869556;
PB (224pp):
AU$30
US$24
NZ$33
UK£16
EU€19

eBook: ISBN 9781921869570;
AU$16
US$15
NZ$18
UK£9

EU€11

Enhanced CD (eBook + images + music): ISBN 9781921869570;
AU$25
US$20
NZ$27
UK£13

EU€15

No Middle Name

Non-Fiction: Psychology
No Middle Name

Tilly Brasch

Winner IP Picks 2005 Best Non-Fiction.

‘ A wonderful story of ordinary people made extraordinary through events not of their own making, coping with a much loved but always difficult child, and with an unheeding and incredibly unhelpful bureaucratic system.’ – Sharyn Pearce, QUT. Endorsed by SANE, Australia.

ISBN 1876819901;
PB (168pp):
AU$27
US$24
NZ$30
UK£16
EU€19

No One's Child

Non-Fiction: Memoir
No One's Child

Judith L McNeil

2nd Edition of best-selling memoir. Takes you on a haunting
pilgrimage to McNeil's life ‘along the railway tracks,’ with an intense and vivid portrait of Australian life in the 1950s. Maggot infested outside toilets. No electricity. Wandering Gypsies with horses, painted wagons and fearful reputations.

ISBN 9781922120151;
PB (220pp):
AU$30
US$24
NZ$33
UK£16
EU€19

Audio Book (CD): ISBN 9781922120304;
AU$25
US$25
NZ$27
UK£17

EU€20

OurLifeIsLove

Non-Fiction: Quakers
'Our life is love, and peace, and tenderness'
Tracy Bourne

The 2014 Backhouse lecture focuses on the Quaker tradition of spiritual activism to argue that we need to empower our children and young people to deal with the difficult times ahead.

ISBN 9780992385705;
PB (60pp):
AU$15
US$14
NZ$16
UK£9
EU€10

eBk: ISBN 9780992385705 
AU$8
US$8
NZ$9
UK£5

EU€6

Over My Dead Body

Non-Fiction: History

Over My Dead Body

Jim Brigginshaw

Winner, 2008 IP Picks Best Fiction Award.

Marked by the events of the Great Flood of 1893 and the formation of the first miners’ unions, Over My Dead Body is an Australian epic.

ISBN 9781921479113;
PB (228pp):
AU$30
US$24
NZ$33
UK£16
EU€19

Painting Pelicans & Seagulls

Non-Fiction: Photography / Drawing
Painting Pelicans & Seagulls: from outlines into art
Graeme Mackay

Wildlife photographer, Graeme Mackay provides beautiful photos of waterfowl to inspire artists from beginner to advanced stage to create their own art works. Work from outlines or download free full size high resolution images for printing off onto paper or canvas. Fun for lovers of Nature, young and old!

eBk: ISBN 97819212120694;
AU$10
US$10
NZ$12
UK£6
EU€7

Paradise Rediscovered

Non-Fiction: History
/ Philosophy
Paradise Rediscovered: The Origins of Civilisation

Dr Michael A Cahill

Join Dr Michael Cahill as he explores the origins of civilisation, using information from history, archaeology, mythology, linguistics, geology, astronomy and philosophy to learn more about who we are.

Available as a consolidated eBook or as a two-volumed physical book.

Vol 1 / Vol 2: ISBNs 9781921869488 /
9781921869884;
PBs (1108pp)
AU$40
per volume
US$32
per volume
NZ$46
per volume
UK£21
per volume
EU€25 per volume

eBk (complete): ISBN 9781921869495;
AU$45
US$40
NZ$52
UK£26

EU€31

Profiling Leadership

Non-Fiction: Business
Profiling Leadership Discipline: unlocking your potential

Ian Corner

This book presents the 20 critical leadership disciplines contemporary leaders must consistently demonstrate to be outstanding and to influence the direction and success of those willing to follow.

 

ISBN 9781921869624;
PB (96pp):
AU$30
US$24
NZ$33
UK£16
EU€19

eBk: ISBN 9781921869631;
AU$16
US$13
NZ$20
UK£9

EU€10

Put the Billy On

Non-Fiction: Memoir

Put the Billy On

Ann Jones

Winner, 2008 IP Picks Best Creative Non-Fiction Award.

This memoir is a nostalgic insight into what it was like to grow up in Australia in the 1930s and 40s. Mixed with undertones of delightful humour and fading innocence. Audio version performed by Anne Stevenson.

ISBN 9781921479083;
PB (210pp):
AU$30
US$24
NZ$33
UK£16
EU€19

Enhanced CD (eBook + reading): ISBN 9781921479281;
AU$25
US$18
NZ$28
UK£13

EU€16

Sawdust

Non-Fiction: Memoir
Sawdust

Deborah Kay with Barry Levy

Winner, IP Rolling Picks 2013, Best Creative Non-Fiction.

Deborah Kay teams up with award-winning social issues journalist Barry Levy to provide a courageous and compassionate account of what happened to her, and how she avoided being warped by her experiences, allowing, as she puts it, pockets of sunlight to shine through her.

 

ISBN 9781922120373;
PB (268pp):
AU$33
US$25
NZ$36
UK£17
EU€20

eBk: ISBN 9781922120380;
AU$17
US$15
NZ$19
UK£10
EU€12

SavedByBomb

Non-Fiction: Memoir
Saved by the Bomb
Eric Leadbetter

Gets at the truth still hidden away in Government archives about what happened after the fall of Singapore to the Japanese, from the perspective of those who were forced to work on the Burma Railway and other prisoner of war camps.

ISBN 9781921869198;
PB (128pp):
AU$27
US$20
NZ$30
UK£12
EU€15

Sexual Abuse Survivor's Handbook

Non-Fiction: Memoir
Sexual Abuse Survivor's Handbook

John Saunders

John Saunders tells, with an open heart, the story of a man confronting and coming to terms with the sexual and physical abuse he endured as a boy at school and at home. The book is an interwoven, moving and insightful memoir, a healing guide for abuse survivors and a practical handbook for those wishing to confront the perpetrators of their own abuse through the justice system and seek compensation.

ISBN 9781922120564;
PB (268pp):
AU$30
US$24
NZ$33
UK£16
EU€19

eBk: ISBN 9781922120571;
AU$15
US$13
NZ$17
UK£9
EU€10

Shadows in Paradise

Non-Fiction: Memoir
Shadows in Paradise

Carolann Dowding

An insightful account of a woman’s perseverance through adoption secrecy and red tape, Shadows in Paradise traces Carolann Dowding’s search for her biological family. Illuminated by compassion, tragedy and gratitude which span the generations, Shadows in Paradise reveals the breadth of our need for truth and connection.

 

ISBN 9781922120663;
PB (236pp):
AU$33
US$25
NZ$36
UK£17
EU€20

eBk: ISBN 9781922120670;
AU$17
US$15
NZ$19
UK£10
EU€12

Terania Creek

Non-Fiction: Environment
Terania Creek: Rainforest Wars

Dr Nigel Turvey

The story of a seminal conflict between the forest industry and the conservation movement. Strikes a brilliant balance between artful story telling and objectively woven historical fact.

ISBN 9781876819354;
PB (200pp):
AU$28
US$24
NZ$30
UK£14

EU€17

Australia-First Movement

Non-Fiction: History
The Australia-First Movement and the Publicist, 1936-42
Barbara Winter

An in-depth exposé of the Ultra Right in Australia during World War II, and how their nationalism degenerated into support for German fascism and Japan as well as rabid anti-Semitism. “A valuable reference to anyone working on the Australian Right in the 1930s and 1940s and on issues relating to detention and internment today.” — Dr Andrew Bonnell

ISBN 187681991X;
PB (304pp), with index & bibliography:
AU$27
US$24
NZ$30
UK£14

EU€17

Australian Dream

Non-Fiction: Memoir
The Australian Dream and $1 Properties

Peter Huang

In this book, self-made multi-millionaire Huang shares his personal and business coaching, property marketing, management, investment and development advice to show you how to potentially create an extra $2-10 million net equity for yourself and your family.

ISBN 9781921479151;
PB (374pp):
AU$38
US$30
NZ$40
UK£16

EU€19

ISBN 9781921869860;
eBk:
AU$17
US$15
NZ$19
UK£10

EU€12

Biggest Ever Mining Swindle

Non-Fiction: History
The Biggest-Ever Mining Swindle in the Colonies

John Robert Peach

A history of intrigue and corruption in the 1880s at the highest levels in the celebrated Taranganba Gold Mine and the Sydney Company. An essential text for students of the history of resource development in Australia, exhaustively researched.

ISBN 9781876819774;
HB (600pp):
AU$60
NZ$65

Girl Cardboard Port

Non-Fiction: Memoir
The Girl with the Cardboard Port

Judith L McNeil

2nd Edition of best-selling memoir. Starker than a tabloid report, more vivid than a television feature, McNeil’s extraordinary, uncompromising autobiography takes you to the dark places that are closer to where we live than we think.

ISBN 9781922120090;
PB (256pp):
AU$30
US$24
NZ$33
UK£16
EU€19

ISBN 9781922120106;
eBk:
AU$17
US$15
NZ$19
UK£9
EU€11

Hitchers of Oz

Non-Fiction: Travel
The Hitchers of Oz
Tom & Simon Sykes

World famous actor Sam Neil and rap legend Chuck D rub shoulders with writers like JP Donleavy and Carmel Bird. Physicists, business leaders, publishers, political activists, soldiers, poets, athletes and comic book creators are brought together by their common experience of hitching a ride sometime in the past.

ISBN 9781921479199;
PB (248pp):
AU$33
US$25
NZ$36
UK£17
EU€20

Importance of Being Cool

Non-Fiction: Memoir
The Importance of Being Cool

Olwyn Conrau

Winner, IP Picks Best Creative Non-Fiction, 2010.

Explore an urban underworld where many people get lost, lose it or just disappear… Twenty-something Oli shapes a torrent of chemicals into a searing account of survival in the urban Melbourne scene.

ISBN 9781876819670;
PB (248pp):
AU$33
US$25
NZ$36
UK£17
EU€20

eBk: ISBN 9781921479687
AU$17
US$15
NZ$19
UK£10
EU€12

Intrigue Master

Non-Fiction: History
The Intrigue Master

Barbara Winter

An intriguing true story of the role Australia and its intelligence agencies played during the Pacific campaign of World War II. With endnotes, bibliography and index.

 

ISBN 0864391846;
HB (340pp):
AU$35
NZ$38

Most Dangerous Man in Australia?

Non-Fiction: History
The Most Dangerous Man in Australia?

Barbara Winter

During WWII and the years immediately following, several men were seen by the Australian Security Service as the most dangerous men in the Commonwealth. This history book uncovers the facts to invite its readers to make up their own mind.

ISBN 9781876819847;
PB (184pp), with index and bibliography:
AU$33
US$25
NZ$36
UK£17
EU€20

eBk: ISBN 9781921479854
AU$17
US$13
NZ$20
UK£10
EU€12

Quaking Meeting

Non-Fiction: Quakers
The Quaking Meeting
Helen Gould

Once Quakers quaked; some still do. This book discusses the individual and communal practices of Waiting Worship, using mystical elements to transform our lives, bringing us closer to holy obedience to the Divine.

ISBN 9780980325829;
PB (82pp):
AU$15
US$14
NZ$16
UK£9
EU€10

eBk: ISBN 9780980325843
AU$8
US$8
NZ$9
UK£5

EU€6

Rag Boiler's Daughter
Non-Fiction: History / Memoir

The Rag Boiler's Daughter

Lois Shepheard

Winner: IP Picks 2011 Best Creative Non-Fiction.

A sweeping account of Irish and Scottish families, The Rag Boiler’s Daughter portrays one woman’s resolve to provide her children with a brighter future. This story follows Maggie Gilliland from her birth in Denny, Scotland in 1865 and spans the factories of 19th Century Scotland, the Irish War of Independence, two world wars and a family’s migration to Australia.

ISBN 9781921869389;
PB (156pp):
AU$30
US$24
NZ$33
UK£16
EU€19

eBk: ISBN 9781921869396;
AU$15
US$12
NZ$18
UK£8
EU€10

Android Guide
Non-Fiction: Handbook

The Starter's Guide to Android™ 4

Bryan Winters

This illustrated guide is for people starting out with an Android™smartphone. Full of screenshots, it leads you through simple steps to get the most out of your device. While useful for all phones, it focuses on Version 4 of Android™ and above.

ISBN 9781927215470;
PB (182pp):
AU$30
US$24
NZ$33
UK£16
EU€19

World Cup Baby

Non-Fiction: Sports
The World Cup Baby
Euan McCabe

Incisive, punchy, emotional and humorous, this is a story of obsession. An absolute must-read for those people who spend four years of their lives waiting for each World Cup, not to mention those who have to live with them!

ISBN 9781921479205;
PB (398pp):
AU$33
US$25
NZ$36
UK£17
EU€20

This We Can Say

Non-Fiction: Quakers
This We Can Say
Society of Friends (Quakers) in Australia

Prepared over nearly 10 years, this is the distillation of the thoughts of 1000 Quakers with an interest in spiritual subjects. Includes inspirational writings and personal stories about challenge and opportunity, which reflect on the geography and social history of Australia.

ISBN 0975157906;
HB (360pp):
AU$40
US$34

NZ$49
UK£23

ISBN 0975157914 (PB)
AU$30
US$25
NZ$37
UK£17
EU€19

eBk ISBN 9780975157916:
AU$15
US$13
NZ$20
UK£9
EU€11

Vocal Enrichment

Non-Fiction: Speech & Drama
Vocal Enrichment: Enlightenment Through Voice
Hazel Menehira

A workbook and guide to assist speech and drama practitioners and individuals wanting to improve their speech habits and public presentations. It places vocal enrichment back in its rightful balanced position as a path to confident communication, well being and self-realisation in all its aspects.

ISBN 9781921479052;
PB (wire binding):
AU$25
US$18
NZ$28
UK£13
EU€16

Wobbles

Non-Fiction: Sports
Wobbles: An Olympic Story
Nadine Neumann, GHB, 2009.

When Nadine Neumann decides that she wants to be an Olympic swimmer at age eight, she trades a normal life of school friends and parties for the rigours of elite sports training. Sweeping from Perth to Germany, India to Sydney, Brisbane to Hong Kong, the reader is invited along this journey of a remarkable young woman who stops at nothing to achieve her goals.

ISBN 9781921479298;
PB (292pp):
AU$33
US$25
NZ$36
UK£17
EU€20

eBk: ISBN 9781921479786
AU$17
US$13
NZ$20
UK£10

EU€12

Mentor

Non-Fiction: Business
Workplace Mentoring: A Shea Reference Guide

Provides a process by which mentoring plans can be developed, monitored and evaluated in the workplace. Geared to supervisors or colleagues responsible for mentoring.

eBk: ISBN 9781921869983
AU$9
US$10
NZ$12
UK£6

Yoga Happiness
Non-Fiction: Health

Yoga Happiness: A Path for Transformation

Anna Heggie [Annushka]

Syntheses of ancient yoga principles and Eastern philosophies are easily defined to challenge our unwanted negative patterns.
Provides you with a balance of yoga asanas and breathing exercises to help unify your mind and body and release unwanted tension. You will begin to feel more alive, more open as you become further enriched by Meditation and Visualisation practices.

ISBN 9781921869588;
PB (84pp):
AU$30
US$24
NZ$33
UK£16
EU€19

eBk: ISBN 9781922120595;
AU$16
US$13
NZ$18
UK£10
EU€12

You Only Want Me

Non-Fiction:
Health /Memoir

You Only Want Me for My Mind and Other Bedtime Stories

Composed twenty-nine words a day over a gruelling seven years, this memoir stands as a testament to his creativity and pluck.
This is a story of how to survive and prevail over the impact of life shattering events. Even more, it’s about surpassing the limits dealt to us and thriving with gratitude, humour and vitality.

ISBN 9781922120601;
PB (200pp):
AU$33
US$24
NZ$36
UK£17
EU€20

eBk: ISBN 9781922120618;
AU$17
US$13
NZ$20
UK£10
EU€12

POETRY
Title Details Available Versions

Accident in Evening

Poetry
An Accident in the Evening

Phil Brown

Phil Brown brings a sharp journalistic eye to subjects ranging from his childhood in Hong Kong to Brisbane. Streetwise and accessible, these are poems confronting everyday experience with insight and enticing wit. “An idiosyncratic and engaging collection of poems that is fresh and wonderfully liberating.” — Ross Fitzgerald

ISBN 187681909X;
PB (84pp):
AU$22
US$18
NZ$24
UK£12
EU€14

CityPossibilities

Poetry
City of Possibilities
Jane Williams

Jane Williams, winner of the Anne Elder Award and the D.J. O'Hearn Memorial Fellowship, continues to test the boundaries of what poetry can be rather than what many people assume it is.

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CodaforShirley

Verse Novel
Coda for Shirley

Geoff Page

 

Coda for Shirley is the sardonic yet poignant sequel to Geoff Page's successful 2006 verse novel, Lawrie & Shirley: The Final Cadenza.

 

ISBN 9781921869303;
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Convent Mermaid

Poetry
Convent Mermaid
Rod Usher

As Les Murray has written, Rod´s poetry inspires both tears and laughter. He’s equally at home in poetic conversation with Emily Dickinson, David Bowie and Federico Garcia Lorca, in revisiting Cro-Magnon Man, or portraying the to-and-fro of love and sex.

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Dark Husk of Beauty

Poetry
Dark Husk of Beauty
Andrew Leggett

“A wild ride of angels, monsters, slapstick and pop. In this not so divine comedy actress Isabella Rosselini becomes Leggett’s post-modern Beatrice. A book that begins and ends with angels and recalls the spirit of Yeats’ Crazy Jane.” – Craig Powell.

ISBN 9781921869385;
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Days Like These

Poetry
Days Like These: Selected and new poems 1998-2013
Jane Williams

Jane Williams’ keen interest in the connections between people pervades. Days Like These offers readers familiar with her work a treasured collation and to those coming to it for the first time a tantalizing introduction.

ISBN 9781922120649;
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Death and Motorway

Poetry
Death and the Motorway

David Gilbey

 

A long-awaited collection from the much-admired editor of the FourW anthologies, Death and the Motorway traverses intimate and intellectual ground here and abroad with surety and insight. David Gilbey's poetry mines a rich seam of wit—something increasingly rare in Australian verse. – Peter Kirkpatrick

ISBN 9781921869781;
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Designs on Body

Poetry
Designs on the Body
Lyn Reeves

Winner, IP Picks Best Poetry, 2010.

designs on the body recalls the rich sensuality merging with spirit of Rumi but with a contemporary take on intimacy. Reeves' poetry has a depth of insight and resonating meaning that rewards reflection.

ISBN 9781921479717;
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EdgeMusic

Poetry
Edge Music
Stuart Cooke

Edge Music explores what it means to talk about, and to write on, the edges of Australian landscapes – be they geographical or historical.

ISBN 9781921869426;
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Even Grimmer
Poetry
Even Grimmer Tales
Valerie Volk

Revisits the Brothers Grimms’ tales from an adult perspective, just in time for the centenary celebrations of the publication of Grimms fairy tales. A fusion of classical fairy tale with contemporary social issues.
Satiric, witty, thought-provoking.
Enhanced by brilliant line drawings by Leszek Hermanowich.

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Flaubert's Drum
Poetry
Flaubert's Drum
Sugu Pillay

Sugu Pillay’s thought provoking work shifts effortlessly between New Zealand – with a seamless integration of Maori themes – and Asian locales, especially India, but is also informed by classical thinkers and artists. A challenging read, with its allusiveness, but one with rewards for those open to its startling juxtapositions and time warps.

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Fresh News from Arctic

Poetry
Fresh News from the Arctic
Libby Hart

Winner, Anne Elder Award; and Somerset Poetry Prize; Highly Commended, IP Picks Best Poetry, 2006.

Resonant and delicate, this is a collection that investigates the human experience, parting the veil of the mundane to reveal passion, beauty, myth and mystery.

ISBN 9781876819361;
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Furniture is Disappearing
Poetry
Furniture is Disappearing
Gemma White

Gemma White writes poems that distil everyday moments in time, infusing them with meaning, sometimes adding a touch of the surreal or imaginary. Join her for flirtations with strangers, intoxicating relationships and explorations to the edge of the void.

 

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Harmonic

Poetry
Harmonic
Stephen Oliver

Harmonic brings together the strengths of Oliver’s poetic; clarity of thought, compressed, highly original imagery, and rhythmic expression. In this book, Oliver displays a depth of thought, and a range of perception, rarely found in contemporary Australasian poetry.

ISBN 9781876819743;
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Hemingway in Spain

Poetry
Hemingway in Spain: poems and images

2nd. edition
David P Reiter

Shortlisted, Adelaide Festival Literary Awards.

“The poems stitch you into a tapestry...with loose threads left hanging just to trip you up if you become complacent.” — Bev Braune, Australian Book Review.

ISBN 9781876819828;
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Imagining Winter

Poetry
Imagining Winter
Paul Dawson

Winner, IP Picks 2006, Best Poetry.

Whether addressing issues such as racism, homophobia and terrorism, or turning a wickedly scathing eye on the failings of writers and other misfits, Paul Dawson’s poems are angry and unforgettable.

ISBN 9781876819361;
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In Between the Dancing

Poetry
In between the dancing
EA Gleeson

Winner of the 2008 IP Picks Best First Book Award.

An impressive first poetry collection traverses time and place with ease. Acute in her ability to juxtapose cultures in a breath, Gleeson is as much at ease adopting a perspective on Tongan women as the wife of the Desert Fox, Irwin Rommel.

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Defence of Hawaiian Shirts

Poetry
In Defence of Hawaiian Shirts
B N Oakman

With a witty conversational tone and accessible verse, B N Oakman takes on topics ranging from Socio-economic to the personal – the ekphrastic to football – the political to the historical.

ISBN 9781921479410;
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Into the World's Light
Poetry
Into the World's Light
William Rush

Rush’s poems explore significant matters, inviting you to experience their events or emotions imaginatively. With clarity and discipline, the poems lend themselves to portability,
providing lines, even whole verses, to remember and savour.

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Invaders of Heart

Poetry
Invaders of the Heart
Lee Knowles

Highly Commended, 2008 IP Picks Best Poetry Award.

Accomplished poetry from a veteran poet. Takes us to such diverse destinations as the Abrolhos Islands off WA, a coal mining region, the Hunter, NSW, and a remote New Zealand tidal river valley. This poetry looks at paths of human endeavour and its traps.

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Kiss and Tell

Poetry
Kiss and Tell: New and Selected Poems. 1987-2002
David P Reiter

Much awaited Selected and New from one of Australia’s most exciting and innovative authors. His imagination resists cultural razor wire by composing without a passport, accepting no subject as off-limits. And this multi-award winning author more often sets the trends these days rather than following them.

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Letters to My Lover
Poetry
Letters to My Lover from a Small Mountain Town
Heather Taylor Johnson

Johnson’s poetry captures the immediacy of a crisp Rocky Mountains landscape and the moments of intimacy we wish we could freeze-frame. This is a celebration of clean air, snow and sunflowers, and a home divided between two continents, but it’s mostly about the vibrancy and transforming power of love.

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Letters We Never Sent

Poetry
Letters We Never Sent
David P Reiter

Reiter extends his experiments with "fusion poetry" to focus on Paul Gauguin, who spent years in Tahiti musing on the fate of artists, especially Vincent Van Gogh, with whom he'd had a stormy relationship at Arles, France.

ISBN 1876819049;
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Liquefaction

Poetry
Liquefaction
Iain Britton

Landscapes are created and figures emerge from those landscapes to inhabit them. They are meant to grow from inside and surface gradually. The life-force of the poems – the images, impressions, the archetypal moments – are left to sink even deeper into the unconsciousness.

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Maisie & Black Cat Band
Poetry
Maisie and The Black Cat Band
E A Gleeson

E. A. Gleeson has that rare talent of lifting a moment of intimacy into the realm of universal truth, of capturing
instances of recollection and enervating them with emotion and thoughtful language where every word gleams.

ISBN 9781921869440;
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MenBrieflyExplained

Poetry
Men Briefly Explained
Tim Jones

Men Briefly Explained explores all aspects of contemporary manhood, the humourous and not so humourous, where men are in relation to women and to society in general.

 

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Minorphysics

Poetry
minorphysics
Paul Mitchell

Winner, IP Picks 2003, Best Poetry.

“If poems were nails I would want Paul Mitchell to build my house. His poems are straight, simple in design, gleaming with insight – and they’re sharp.” – Kevin Brophy

ISBN 1876819162;
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musefood

Poetry
musefood
Margaret Owen Ruckert

Winner, IP Picks 2012, Best Poetry.

Ruckert’s musings on women in contemporary life explore a subject not often visited through verse. What could have easily been flighty or frivolous is instead a witty and honest social commentary, intertwined with varying shades of comedy and poignancy.

 

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Night's Glass Table
Poetry
Night's Glass Table
Karen Zelas

Winner, IP Picks 2012, Best First Book.

Zelas chooses her words with care, and her poems are always eloquent and evocative. Shedemonstrates a sound use of conventions, and her writing is well-crafted and technically excellent.

ISBN 9781921869914;
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On Reflection

Poetry
On Reflection

David Musgrave

“Alive with wisecracks, broad jokes, puns, (‘making his bed out of procrustination’) as it moves through rhetorical high and low styles to portray mood swings between ‘negative optimism’ and cheerful melancholic openness to life.” – Michael Sharkey

ISBN 1876819278;
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Poems for America

Poetry
Poems for America

David Rowbotham

Rowbotham has continued to write 60 years on, in a confident and lucid voice that transcends single continents and cultures. “Should be nominated for a Patrick White Prize.” – David Gilbey

ISBN 1876819111;
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Ruin

Poetry
Ruin

Roberta Lowing

One of the first poetry collections in the world to explore the epic tragedy of the Iraq War. Told from the perspectives of Iraquis and Americans alike, it's a collection that expresses the anxieties and aspirations of all those who resist the dark forces shaking our world.

ISBN 9781921479434;
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Second Thoughts

Poetry
Second Thoughts

B N Oakman

B N Oakman finds poetry in the ordinary, the exotic, the political and the aesthetic. No head of State or classical film is safe from his exacting eye, which yields refreshing insights about subjects we thought we already understood.

ISBN 9781921479984;
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Someone Forgot to Tell Fish

Poetry
Someone Forgot to Tell the Fish

Hal Judge

Commended, IP Picks 2007, Best Poetry.

Judge takes the reader through a whirlwind of contradictions and chaos, and then suddenly slows to embrace life’s quieter moments. The effect is powerful, chilling and unforgettable.

ISBN 9781876819712;
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Sound & Bundy
Poetry
Sound and Bundy
Amelia Walker

Inspired by the Ern Malley affair, Sound and Bundy takes a new approach to the verse novel format. Presenting the works of four fictional poets in anthology form, it invites readers to draw together disparate accounts and to create their own conclusions as to what “really” happened.

ISBN 9781921869365;
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Stepping Over Seasons

Poetry
Stepping Over Seasons

Ashley Capes

Artfully depicts the finer details of life, encapsulating change within people and places as the seasons unfurl. In ‘Overlook’, Capes argues that it’s much easier for great poets to romanticise the world’s most classic cities by poetically and playfully ridiculing his own not-so-romantic Australian hometown.

ISBN 9781921479328;
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Stitching Things Together

Poetry
Stitching Things Together

Leah Kaminsky

This collection travels well, from the author's engagement with science as a medical practitioner to her appreciation and penetration of social issues facing contemporary Jews and migrants to Australia.

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Straggling into Winter

Poetry
Straggling into Winter

Kathy Kituai

Highly Commended, IP Picks 2007, Best Poetry.

Kathy Kituai’s tanka journal steers the reader through joyful and sorrowful meditations on her life between two winters. The journal that emerges is drenched in a deep love of nature, and imbued with a searching, insightful sense of the human condition.

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Accidental Cage

Poetry
The Accidental Cage

Michelle Cahill

Winner, IP Picks 2006, Best First Book.

“Elegant meditations on freedom and entrapment, desire and restriction. They canvass a broad geographical, intellectual and emotional range, and are memorable for their resonant combinations of words.”– Michael Sharkey

ISBN 9781876819385;
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The gleaming clouds

Poetry
The gleaming clouds

Murray Alfredson

Alfredson has many moods, many dictions, many themes. He at once glories in and laments the ephemeral, the only lasting quality in his world. This harmonises with his Buddhist outlook on life. His is a religious sensibility that draws, however, on many traditions and myths, one of respect for all beings, the soils, the rocks, the plants, the people and other animals, the living, the dead.

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Possibility of Flight

Poetry
The Possibility of Flight

Lia Hills

Winner of the 2008 IP Picks Best Poetry.

The poems journey from 'artesian memories' of the Australian desert to the 'shifting territory of the gods' in rural Pakistan, as they glide with a wing shift between love, language and faith.

ISBN 9781921479076;
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Possibility of Winds

Poetry
The Possibility of Winds

Rosemary Huisman

Commended, IP Picks 2006, Best Poetry.

“This is a world wonderfully changed by Huisman’s fine observation, playful intelligence and true feeling. Her poetry gives us what we need: it helps us recognise ourselves even as it constantly surprises us. A pleasure to read—and read again.” – Noel Rowe

ISBN 9781876819330;
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Snow In Us

Poetry
The Snow In Us

David P Reiter, Marilyn Higgins, Lloyd Bennett

David returns to his first work to celebrate not only the adventure of exploration but also to reflect on how far the Inuit have traveled since then.

Enhanced by the drawings of Canadian artists Marilyn Higgins and Lloyd Bennett, this collection will transport you to a land and people worth contemplating as a model of endurance and survival.

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The Stars Like Sand

Poetry
The Stars Like Sand

Tim Jones & Penelope Cottier (eds)

Available: June 2014

Following on from the highly acclaimed Voyagers: Science Fiction Poetry from New Zealand, this anthology extends the focus to Speculative content and is a who's who of Australian poetry from classical to contemporary times.

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3rd i

Poetry
3rd i.

Basil Eliades

“These are poems that go beyond the limits of words. By wrestling with the poems in 3rd i, by engaging with them, the world is more intensely lived. This guy is offering us everything. This is heroic poetry.” – John Marsden

ISBN 9781876819323;
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Things That Get You

Poetry
Things That Get You

Andrew Hubbard

Available: 15 April 2014

Hubbard’s poetry explores what it means to be a father, a husband, and a man. His thoughtful approach and beautifully crafted verses paints a vivid landscape of the mind recreating his imagistic sense of America. Both rhythmic and free-flowing, his poetry encourages us to contemplate what life truly means.

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Thirsting for Lemonade

Poetry
Thirsting for Lemonade

Heather Taylor Johnson

In her third collection of poetry, Heather Taylor Johnson celebrates the liminal spaces between two cultures – the neither here nor there, the neither in nor out. It is indeed a world where ‘Home is a relative term’.

ISBN 9781922120359;
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TonguesAsh

Poetry
Tongues of Ash

Keith Westwater

Winner, IP Picks Best First Book, 2011.

Keith Westwater's poetry arises from his appreciation and love of the New Zealand landscape. Well-travelled throughout the land, the poet evokes memories as he revisits places invested with emotion, history and spirituality.

ISBN 9781921869266;
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towards grammar of being

Poetry
towards a grammar of being

Julie Waugh

With heartbreaking clarity, and using grammar as her springboard, Waugh leaps between/into buildings, stops for the death of a bee then soars over a fence and off the page before returning to a Lithgow childhood. Amidst the destruction, dignity and despair of our culpable world this book is a bell. – Les Wicks

ISBN 9781921479243;
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Ultra Soundings
Poetry
Ultra Soundings
Duncan Richardson

A speaker softens the terror of his son observing a sabre-toothed tiger in a museum. Another hears a Siren urging him to jump from Victoria Falls. Join in Duncan Richardson's discovery of ghosts in everyday highrises.

ISBN 9781921869341;
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Voyagers

Poetry / Sci-Fi
Voyagers: Science Fiction Poetry from New Zealand

Mark Pirie & Tim Jones, eds.

Prose writers have had it their own way for too long. At last, here is an anthology of poetry from New Zealand that captures the essence of science fiction: aliens, space travel, time travel, the end of the world – as well as concepts you may not previously have thought of as science fiction.

ISBN 9781921479212;
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WaterOverStone

Poetry
Water Over Stone

Laura Jan Shore

 

Winner, IP Picks 2011, Best Poetry.

Like water spilling over stones, these poems seem to bubble up from the depths. These are luminous reflections on the complex and sometimes fraught relationships between society and the natural world.

ISBN 9781921869280;
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What Can Be Proven

Poetry
What Can Be Proven

Mark O'Flynn

Winner, IP Picks 2007, Best Poetry.

O’Flynn’s poems wander between the urban and the rural, childhood and adulthood, the mundane and the bizarre, holding up shards of memory to the light for inspection. Intelligent, searching, poignant, and frank, these poems make for compelling reading.

ISBN 9781876819668;
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With One Brush

Poetry / Art
With One Brush

Jan Dean

Winner, IP Picks 2007, Best First Book.

The act of painting takes on metaphorical significance as Dean navigates themes of creation and documentation of life through art. What emerges is a sensuously layered and intriguing meditation on the past that offers a sense of connectedness and hope for the future.

ISBN 9781876819675;
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Wings Same Bird

Poetry
Wings of the Same Bird

Lorraine McGuigan

Winner, IP Picks 2009, Best Poetry Award.

Wings of the Same Bird is an impressive collection grown from the mythological idea linking birds and the human world with divine realms just beyond ordinary experience.

ISBN 9781876819359;
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Words Flower

Poetry
Words Flower: a responsive tanka collection
Amelia Fielden, Saeko Ogii

Two of Australia's most accomplished tanka artists collaborate in this bi-lingual (English / Japanese) collection. The poems are sensitive, delicate and varied.

 

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YesterdayToday

Poetry
Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Amelia Fielden / Kathy Kituai

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow is an innovative project continuing and developing the collaborative relationship between two fine poets, juxtaposing tanka in diary form.

ISBN 9781921869082;
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FICTION
Title Details Available Versions

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Fiction
A Beginner's Guide to Dying in India

Josh Donellan

Winner, IP Picks 09 Best Fiction Award.

Part comedy, part tragedy, part henna-drawn thriller peppered with romance and intrigue, A Beginner’s Guide to Dying in India is a spiritual journey across the continents of the soul.

ISBN 9781921479304;
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As If!

Fiction
As If!
Barry Levy

Pumping life, the teenagers in this novel jump off the page. From the intelligent but physically abused Gray Morrow, to his heroic but temperamental older brother, Gordon, and his tragic relationship with the city-wise but sexually abused Dusty Jones, this is a world many of us fail to recognise as very much our own.

ISBN 1876819804;
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Ticket Perpetual Locomotion

Fiction
A Ticket for Perpetual Locomotion
Geoffrey Gates

Winner, IP Picks 2005, Best Fiction.

When an author unleashes an imaginative concept into reality trans-global adventures conspire, best friends turn detective, and lovers’ trails unfurl. Will dazzle the adventure-minded and armchair travellers alike.

ISBN 1876819286;
PB (224pp):
AU$27
US$20
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UK£12
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Back Burning

Fiction
Back Burning

Sylvia Petter

Winner, IP Picks 2007, Best Fiction.

Sylvia Petter’s collection flings the reader across the globe in its bold exploration of love, death, passion, relationship, and family. Petter’s award-winning stories explore universal themes through lenses of distance and separation.

ISBN 9781876819422;
PB (144pp):
AU$28
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Blood

Fiction
Blood
Peter Kay

Winner, IP Picks 2012, Best Fiction.

It’s 1991. Rob Ross, an ad executive, is suffering a moral crisis in his high rise office when his dead father slips through the window to ask Rob to help film an exposé of the Darwin bombing. Rob finds himself catapulted back to 1942...

ISBN 9781922120045;
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Easter at Tobruk

Fiction
Easter at Tobruk

Michael O’Sullivan

Christianity and war collide in an Australian context. An enticing work peppered with a glistening sense of magic realism, O’Sullivan’s novel paints lush, dimensional scenes with literary brushstrokes.

ISBN 9781876819408;
PB (208pp):
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Elvene

Fiction
Elvene

P P Mealing

Elvene, a solo Space Corps agent, is on a reconnaissance mission when she is ambushed by space marauders: militaristic robotic drones, designed to hunt and kill.

She escapes by taking refuge on an uncharted planet, where she discovers the Kiri, an unknown tribe living a subsistence life on an ocean archipelago.

ISBN 9781876819632;
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Enter the Queen

Fiction (erotica)
Enter the Queen
Marquise de Sade

An extraordinary journey into the psyche of a self-titled Queen, as she moves from immersion in the physical world towards redemption.

Not recommended for a young audience due to its graphic sexual content.

ISBN 9781876819380;
PB (176pp):
AU$33
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From Ashes to Ashes

Fiction
From Ashes to Ashes
John Biggs

From Ashes to Ashes tells the story of Peter Morrison, son of a school teacher in rural New South Wales. When Peter’s beloved teacher is pushed to enlist in World War II by his father, his boyhood is fractured by trauma and doubt.

ISBN 9781922120502;
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Liars and Lovers

Fiction
Liars and Lovers
David P Reiter

A satiric novel from multi-award winner David P Reiter. “We have women afraid to be women, and men afraid to be men. In the midst of all this, children happen, and the noose tightens. The only way to stay sane is to learn to laugh at the absurdity of trying to make sense of it all.”

ISBN 1876819189;
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Memento Mori

Short Fiction
Memento Mori
Daniel King

Award-winning short story author King provides thought-provoking fantasy cycling through the shadowy landscapes of death, gnarled relationships and the slippery side of human nature.

ISBN 9781921479427;
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Memento Mori

Short Fiction
Memento Mori
Daniel King

Italian translation
La raccolta di racconti di Daniel King attraversa gli indistinti paesaggi della morte, delle relazioni inasprite dalla vita, dei lati instabili della natura umana, anche dell'attrazione contemporanea della chirurgia plastica spinta ad un sorprendente estremo.

Filosoficamente acuti e dotati di un gusto per il surreale, i personaggi di questi racconti combattono con l'esistenza e con l'un l'altro mentre profonde domande li fanno volare qua e là.

ISBN 9781921869204;
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Past Perfect

Fiction
Past Perfect

Karen Zelas

Past Perfect is a story of love and loss, prejudice and resolution, as well as the search for selfhood.

Prompted by a brush with mortality, her children approaching adulthood and the relationship with her husband being tested, Sue Spencer embarks on a search for meaning in her life – for a better sense of who she might be.

 

ISBN 9781922120311;
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Primary Instinct

Fiction
Primary Instinct

David P Reiter


In his second novel, satirist David Reiter does for the Australian education system what the BBC series Teachers did for the British system. A humourous exposé of the Australian primary school system, with a serious undercurrent.

ISBN 978192149021;
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Schadenvale Road

Short Fiction
Schadenvale Road
Chris Mansell

Schadenvale Road is a place that exists in all the secret hearts. In these stories, old women rebel, God is chained but breaks free, lovers accidentally kill each other, friends are saviours and the world is seriously never quite serious.

ISBN 9781921479946;
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Secret Writing

Fiction
Secret Writing
Michael O'Sullivan

'Secret Writing, Michael O'Sullivan's third novel, achieves something quite rare in Australian fiction. It ventures into Patrick White's territory, into that strange, visionary 'country of the mind' that White made his own – and survives.' — John Clanchy

ISBN 1876819294;
PB (267pp):
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Shadow Patterns
Fiction
Shadow Patterns
Daphne Tuttle

Shadow Patterns spans two continents and a lifetime of hopes, fears, laughter, regrets, joys and agonies.  Take a journey deep into humanity and lose yourself amongst the simple, life-affirming truths of the characters who will become your fellow travellers.

 

ISBN 9781921869846;
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Shades of Exodus

Fiction
Shades of Exodus
Barry Levy

Shades of Exodus revolves around the true story of a South African family who flee the violence of South Africa only to fall victim to a vicious and bloody crime in Australia.

Is paradise always what it seems? And is there ever a way back?

ISBN 9781921869013;
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Beast Without

Fiction
The Beast Without
Christian Baines

Reylan is everything a Sydney vampire aspires to be: wealthy, handsome and independent, carefully feeding off companions plucked from the gay bars of Oxford Street. When one of those companions is killed by Jorgas, a hot-headed young werewolf prowling his streets, Reylan reluctantly puts his cherished lifestyle of blood and boys on hold to help a mysterious alliance of supernatural beings track down the beast.

ISBN 9781922120434;
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Buggerum Intrigue

Fiction
The Buggerum Intrigue
Paul Sterling

Highly Commended, IP Picks 2007, Best Fiction.

Buggerum is the sort of country town everyone drives past without seeing, and that’s exactly how the locals like it. This is a subtle and compelling satiric novel that looks closely into the heart of all Australian towns.

ISBN 9781876819682;
PB (160pp):
AU$30
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The Dispossessed

Short Fiction
The Dispossessed
Andrew Lansdown

With settings ranging from wartime to a women's prison to feral pig territory, coupled with solid, memorable characters of true depth and desire, these stories reach out to a wide audience with the grace, wit and wisdom of an introspective storyteller.

ISBN 1876819308;
PB (267pp):
AU$27
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Taste of Apple

Verse Novel + Enhanced Music /Spoken Word CD
The Taste of Apple
James Laidler / Don Stewart

Winner, IP Picks Best First Book, 2010.

Pedro Jones is lost. Abandoned by his father and forced into commission housing with his Filipino immigrant mother, the future seems bleak. But when Pedro meets the 'mad' street busker, Johnny Lazzaro, and gets involved with the East Timor freedom movement, life takes an unexpected detour.
James Laidler deftly crafts a cast of vivid characters in this gritty story of self discovery, justice and belonging.

 

ISBN 9781921479816;
PB (332pp):
AU$30
US$24
NZ$34
UK£13
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Enhanced CD (eBook + music): ISBN 9781921479823;
AU$25
US$18
NZ$28
UK£13

eBk: ISBN 9781921479830;
AU$13
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Terrorist

Fiction
The Terrorist
Barry Levy

Ben Fine is no ordinary Australian… but these aren't exactly ordinary times. A clash of cultures has beset the world: George W. Bush has declared the War on Terror, and the Fines have taken in a Muslim homestay student. Not long after he arrives, the Second Lebanon War between Hezbollah and Israel breaks out, and all hell breaks loose.

ISBN 9781922120076;
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Umbilical Word

Fiction
The Umbilical Word
Darren Groth

A contemporary novel about chasing dreams, confronting loss and discovering what's important in life. A must-read for every parent and parent-to-be.

ISBN 9781876819798;
PB (160pp):
AU$30
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Triangles

Short Fiction
Triangles
David P Reiter

Short-listed for the Steele Rudd Award, Queensland Premier's Awards.

Award-winning fiction from the author of Liars and Lovers and Primary Instinct.

 

ISBN 1876819030;
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Romeo

Fiction (YA)
When Romeo Kissed Mercutio
Kathy Sutcliffe

This coming-of-age story with allusions to Shakespeare exposes adolescence and young relationships from an unexpected angle, leaving the reader to reflect on the consequences and meaning of love.

 

ISBN 9781922120281;
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Write My Face

Fiction (Romance)
Write My Face
Kathy Sutcliffe

Jackie McKay has been awarded a grant to complete a study in the serene wilderness of the North Island of New Zealand. The serenity of life in the bush is shattered, however, when Ethan steps into her life and rescues her from drowning.

 

ISBN 9781922120014;
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YellowcakeSprings

Science Fiction
Yellowcake Springs
Guy Salvidge

Winner, IP Picks Best Fiction, 2011.

Welcome to Yellowcake Springs; a pristine, friendly, secure community of citizens involved in the maintenance of one of Western Australia's CIQ Sinocorp nuclear reactor facilities.

 

ISBN 9781876819174;
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Yellowcake Summer

Science Fiction
Yellowcake Summer
Guy Salvidge

Drought. Heatwave. Environmental ruin…

Do the answers lie in Controlled Waking State, CIQ Sinocorp’s newest stratagem to subdue a restless population?
Yellowcake Summer concludes the exciting story begun in Yellowcake Springs.

 

ISBN 9781922120625;
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YOUNG ADULT & CHILDREN
Title Details Available Versions

AboutFace

Picture Book
About Face
Robert Moore / MonkeyStack

About Face is a humorous illustrated children's book about a dream in which ears, eyes, nose and mouth become detached from the narrator's face, taking on lives of their own.

ISBN 9781921869129;
37pp:
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Penny in Time

Junior Fiction
A Penny in Time
Anna Bartlett

Yared stumbles upon a box of old coins in his nanna's bedroom and things begin to change. Worlds open up before him and lives are linked across the decades as Yared discovers truths he never knew about history, love and belonging.

Celebrating 100 years since the first Australian penny.

ISBN 9781921479489; PB (208pp):
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Arlo and Vortex Voyage

Junior Fiction
Arlo and the Vortex Voage
Juliet Blair

Winner, IP Picks Best Junior Prose, 2010.

When Arlo and Kate go rock-climbing, the last thing they expect is to be caught up in a vortex and transported through to another universe. The absence of television and junk food is the least of their problems.

ISBN 9781921479656;
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Aussie Kid Heroes

Junior Non-Fiction
Aussie Kid Heroes Dianne Bates / Marjory Gardner

This book, in Guinness Book of Records style, tells the remarkable true stories of some of Australia’s youngest heroes. At different times and in different ways, these brave, clever, adventurous, creative, athletic, caring or enterprising young Australians have done something amazing.

ISBN 9781921479144;
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Picture Book
Bringing Down the Wall
David P Reiter / Sona Babajanyan

Joshua misses his grandpa, but his mother has told him he's not allowed to see him. She won't explain why, but Joshua suspects it has something to do with his grandpa's new wife, Riva. One day, Joshua sets out on his own to visit his grandpa and Riva to discover the truth.

ISBN 9781922120199;
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Picture Book
Die Mauer zu Fall bringen
David P Reiter / Sona Babajanyan /
Michele Beer (translator)

Joshua vermisst seinen Opa, aber seine Mutter verbietet ihm, ihn zu besuchen. Sie erklärt nicht warum, aber Joshua vermutet, dass es etwas mit der neuen Frau seines Großvaters, Riva, zu tun hat.Eines Tages bricht Joshua allein auf, um seinen Großvater und Riva zu besuchen und die Wahrheit herauszufinden. Er hofft, einen Weg zu finden, dass sie und seine Mutter sich aussöhnen. Aber wird er dazu in der Lage sein die Mauer zu Fall zu bringen, die ihre Geheimnisse verhüllt?

ISBN 9781922120526;
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Picture Book
La Chute du Mur
David P Reiter / Sona Babajanyan / Céline Eimann (translator)

Le grand-père de Joshua lui manque, mais sa mère lui interdit de le voir. Elle ne veut pas lui expliquer pourquoi mais Joshua se doute que cela à quelque chose à voir avec sa nouvelle femme, Riva.
Un jour, Joshua sort seul pour rendre visite à son grand-père et Riva pour découvrir la vérité. Il espère qu’il pourra trouver une façon de tous les réconcilier. Mais sera-t-il capable de briser le mur dressé pour garder leurs secrets?

ISBN 9781922120847;
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Christina's Matilda

Picture Book
Christina's Matilda
Edel Wignell / Elizabeth Botté

'Banjo' Paterson became famous for 'Waltzing Matilda'. But Christina Macpherson's part in the song's creation was forgotten and she disappeared from history until the 1970s. Come a-waltzing with Christina now and discover her story.

ISBN 9781921479878;
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DuckStar1

Junior Fiction
Duckstar / Cyberfarm
Hazel Edwards / Christine Anketell / Mini Goss

In the first two back-to-back stories of the two book DuckStar Series, a Duck with attitude joins Goat, Sheep and Pig to do a TV commercial to raise funds to save the Children's Farm, in spite of threats from the Cyberfarm and ferals.

ISBN 9781921479267;
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Global Cooling

Junior Fiction
Global Cooling
David P Reiter

Project Earth-mend Series, Book 2. In the sequel to The Greenhouse Effect, Tiger the Cat heads off to the coast with his friend Wanda the Blue-tongue and the frog Tark (who is really an extraterrestrial from the Planet Griffon) to spread the word about how to save the Earth.

ISBN 9781876819767;
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Granny Rags
Junior Fiction
Granny Rags
Janet Reid

Winner, IP Picks 2012 Best Junior Prose.

Tim Trickett – shy, over-protected and troubled by memories – is the new boy in a small country town. When his classmates put him up to an initiation test, he finds himself on his way to visit Granny Rags, the reclusive old lady who lives near the creek and is rumoured to be a witch.

 

ISBN 9781922120250;
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Harold

Picture Book
Harold The Owl Who Couldn't Sleep
Lesley Leadbetter / Cedryll Grolez

After hunting all night, Harold the Owl is ready for a snooze, but just as he starts to fall asleep, the birds start chirping. And then the gardener starts his leaf blower. What's a sleepy owl to do?

ISBN 9781921869891;
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Hedgeburners

Junior Fiction
Hedgeburners: an A~Z Mystery
Goldie Alexander / Marjory Gardner

Who is setting fire to the old cypress hedges? A team of young detectives sets about to solve the crime. Just about everyone these young detectives come across has a motive and as time goes on there are more and more fires and more serious confrontations...

ISBN 9781876819267;
PB (184pp)
AU$17
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Love You Book

Picture Book
I Love You Book
Libby Hathorn / Heath McKenzie

Do you love books?
Well, then, you should dive into this one!

This reminds us of all the books we love, and why we like to see and to feel, to touch and to smell and even to taste the books and the stories that light up our lives.

ISBN 9781921479892;
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UK£12
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eBk: ISBN 9781921479908;
AU$8
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Eu Amo Voce Livros

Picture Book
Eu Amo Voce Livro
Libby Hathorn/ Heath McKenzie/
[Portuguese translation: Juliana Dalla]

Você ama os livros?
Bem, então você deveria mergulhar neste aqui!

Venha se divertir nas páginas encantadoras deste livro ilustrado.
Ele nos faz lembrar de todos os livros que amamos, da razão pela
qual gostamos de ver, sentir, tocar, cheirar e até saborear os livros e as histórias que iluminam nossas vidas.

ISBN 9781921479977;
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Ich Liebe Dich Buch

Picture Book
Ich Liebe Dich Büch
Libby Hathorn/ Heath McKenzie/
[German translation: Michele Beer]

Liebst du Bücher?
Nun, dann solltest du dich auf dieses Buch stürzen!

Durchkämme die Seiten dieses bezaubernden Bilderbuches. Es ruft uns all die Bücher ins Gedächtnis zurück die wir lieben und erinnert uns daran warum wir es schätzen die Bücher und Geschichten, die unser Leben erhellen zu sehen, zu fühlen, zu ertasten und zu riechen; ja sie sogar zu schmecken.

ISBN 9781922120465;
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James Munkers Super Freak

Junior Fiction (YA)
James Munkers: Super Freak
Lindsey Little

Available: May 2014

James Munkers’ world is changing. New town. New school. New hallucinations of bright blue animals wreaking havoc. And when you add a leather-clad maniac who haunts the back garden, the loopy girl at school with her messages of doom, a cryptic prophecy and a bunch of shadowy strangers intent on murder, it looks as though James won’t even make it to Christmas.

ISBN 9781922120762;
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Jason Chen

Junior Fiction
Jason Chen and the Time Banana
Duncan Richardson

Jason Chen learns of a strange and powerful machine lurking in his neighbour’s backyard. Mrs Bryant is supposed to be weird, but she buys fish and chips from his parents’ café so he thinks she can’t be too bad. But Mrs B has a secret. And when she says she can’t succeed in her dangerous mission without him, Jason agrees to join her for a ride in her Time Banana.

ISBN 9781921479038
PB (192pp):
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Long Live Us!

Picture Book
Long Live Us!
Edel Wignell / Peter Allert

Clever traps, lucky escapes and unwelcome surprises combine in this fascinating fractured fairytale as a hungry troll is outwitted by fairy tale characters like Goldlilocks, the Big Bad Wolf and the Three Little Pigs.

ISBN 9781921479465;
(37pp):
AU$26 (HB)
US$18
(PB)
NZ$28
(HB)
UK£12
(PB)
EU€14 (PB)

eBk: ISBN 9781921869075;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

Lyli-fr-en

Picture Book
Lyli et le Mange-Cailloux
Céline Eimann
(French edition)

En parfaite petite fille curieuse, Lyli aimerait bien savoir ce qui se trouve au-delà des montagnes qui encerclent la cité surpeuplée dans laquelle elle grandit.

Une aventure entraînante sur l’amitié et comment étendre ses horizons...

ISBN 9781921869228;
PB (37pp):
AU$18
US$18
NZ$20
UK£12
EU€14

eBk: ISBN 9781921869235;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

Lyli Meets Stone-Muncher

Picture Book
Lyli Meets the Stone-Muncher
Céline Eimann

When Lyli sets out on her expedition, she finds a lot more than she bargained for. Were the legends true all along? And what's really over the mountains?

A lively story of friendship, adventure and extending your horizons.

ISBN 9781921479991;
(37pp):
AU$26 (HB)
US$18
(PB)
NZ$28
(HB)
UK£12
(PB)
EU€14 (PB)

eBk: ISBN 9781921869006;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

Lyli-fr-en

Picture Book
Lyli Meets the Stone-Muncher / Lyli et le Mange-Cailloux
Céline Eimann
[bilingual French - English edition]

When Lyli sets out on her expedition, she finds a lot more than she bargained for. Were the legends true all along? And what's really over the mountains?

A lively story of friendship, adventure and extending your horizons.

En parfaite petite fille curieuse, Lyli aimerait bien savoir ce qui se trouve au-delà des montagnes qui encerclent la cité surpeuplée dans laquelle elle grandit.

Une aventure entraînante sur l’amitié et comment étendre ses horizons...

ISBN 9781921869242;
PB (37pp):
AU$18
US$18
NZ$20
UK£12
EU€14

eBk: ISBN 9781921869259;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

Newts, Lutes, Bandicoots

Picture Book
Newts, Lutes and Bandicoots

Mark Carthew / Mike Spoor

Full of rhymes, riddles and objects to search for; these provide the clues for what to search for on each page. So the book becomes a language learning experience as well as an enjoyable read. The book has detailed and humorous full-page colour illustrations that children will revisit time and time again.

 

ISBN 9781921479335
(32pp):
AU$26
(HB)
US$18
(PB)
NZ$28
(HB)
UK£12
(PB)
EU€14 (PB)

eBk: ISBN 9781921869792;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

No Matter Who We're With

Picture Book
No Matter Who We're With
Robert Vescio / Cheri Scholten

A reassuring story about the lives of two children whose parents are separated. Even though their parents live apart, the children are certain of one thing: they are always loved. This story helps children come to terms with the separation of their parents, and shows the unconditional love and security children can feel with each parent, no matter where they live.

ISBN 9781922120212;
(36pp):
AU$26 (
HB)
US$18
(
PB)
NZ$28
(
HB)
UK£12
(
PB)
EU€14
(PB)

eBk: ISBN 9781922120229;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

Ganz Gleich Mit

Picture Book
Ganz Gleich Mit Wem Wir Zusammen Sind
Robert Vescio / Cheri Scholten / Michele Beer (translator)

Eine ermutigende Geschichte über das Leben zweier Kinder, deren Eltern sich getrennt haben. Trotz der Tatsache, dass ihre Eltern getrennt leben, sind sich die Kinder einer Sache sicher: Sie werden immer geliebt. Diese Geschichte hilft Kindern die Trennung ihrer Eltern zu bewältigen und sie zeigt die bedingungslose Liebe und Sicherheit, die sie mit jedem Elternteil verbindet, ganz gleich wo sie leben.

ISBN 9781922120489
PB (36pp):
AU$18
US$18
NZ$20
UK£12
EU€14

eBk: ISBN 9781922120496;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

DuckTour

Junior Fiction
Operatic Duck / Duck on Tour
Hazel Edwards / Christine Anketell / Mini Goss

In the second DuckStar book, the crew perform a version of Aida to save a community church from a apartment development. They tour to the Outback and everything's going well until it starts to rain...

ISBN 9781921479809;
PB (84pp):
AU$18
US$15
NZ$20
UK£12
EU€14

eBk: ISBN 9781921479861;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

Pelicans & Seagulls

Non-Fiction / Picture Book: Photography / Drawing
Pelicans & Seagulls: photos & outlines to inspire
Graeme Mackay

Admire the beautiful images and then exercise your imagination by creating your own art works from the outlines of native birds he’s supplied on the facing page. Fun for lovers of Nature, young and old!

ISBN 9781922120328;
PB (36pp):
AU$18
US$18
NZ$20
UK£12
EU€14

eBk: ISBN 97819212120335;
AU$9
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

Plato Platypus Plumber

Picture Book
Plato the Platypus Plumber (part-time)Hazel Edwards / John Petropoulos

Plato, an eco-warrior, and part-time plumber fixes watery problems like leaking taps, but he also fixes grumpy people with jokes or a smile spray. His tool kit is legendary. Despite ferals along the creek bank, Plato is on call to help Zanzibar and his family who are renovating their old creekside house.

ISBN 9781921479373
(32pp)
AU$26
(HB)
US$18
(PB)
NZ$28
(HB)
UK£12
(PB)
EU€14 (PB)

eBk: ISBN 9781921479502;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

Platon El Ornitorrinco Plomero (de medio tiempo)

Picture Book
Platón El Ornitorrinco Plomero (de medio tiempo)
Hazel Edwards / John Petropoulos

Spanish translation
Platón al servicio de clientes, repara problemas acuosos como fugas de agua, grifos pero también da servicio a la gente gruñona. De su caja de herramientas, usa aereosol para sonreir, una pluma de aves o una que otra broma.

Ocasionalmente la familia de Zanzíbar necesita ayuda. Platón siempre los ayuda a pesar de enfrentarse con gatos callejeros los cuales moran en su camino por la orilla del riachuelo.

ISBN 9781921869051 PB:
AU$18
US$18
NZ$20
UK£12
EU€14

eBk: ISBN 9781921869068;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

Ted das Schnabeltier und (Teilzeit) Klempner

Picture Book
Ted das Schnabeltier und (Teilzeit) Klempner
Hazel Edwards / John Petropoulos

German translation
Auf Abruf repariert Ted tropfende Wasserprobleme und schlechte Launen. Aus seinem Werkzeugkasten zaubert er Lächelspray, eine Feder oder einen Witz.

Und wenn Sansibars Familie Hilfe benötigt, ist Ted sofort zur Stelle. Trotz der Wildkatzen entlang des Bachufers.

ISBN 9781921869037
PB (36pp):
AU$18
US$18
NZ$20
UK£12
EU€14

eBk: ISBN 9781921869044;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

Real Guns

Picture Book
Real Guns
David P Reiter / Patrick J Murphy

Jon, like many young boys, is fascinated by guns. He finds a loaded pistol hidden under his parents’ bed, with nearly tragic consequences. The close call prompts his father to explain to Jon why he needs to keep the gun, forging a much closer bond between father and son.

 

ISBN 9781876819835
HB (32pp):
AU$26
NZ$28

ISBN 9781876819842 PB (32pp):
AU$18
US$18
NZ$20
UK£9
EU€15

eBk: ISBN 9781876819835e;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

Picture Book
Echte Waffen
David P Reiter / Patrick J Murphy

German translation
Jon ist wie viele Jungs in seinem Alter fasziniert von Waffen: sowohl von Spielzeugwaffen als auch von echten Waffen. Eines Nachts hört er zufällig, wie sein Vater und seine Mutter über eine Waffe reden, die im Haus versteckt ist. Am nächsten Tag beginnt er sie zu suchen. Tatsächlich findet er eine schwere Kiste unter dem Bett seiner Eltern, und darin ist sie – eine echte Waffe! Er fühlt das kalte schwere Metall in seinen Händen...

ISBN 9781921479458;
PB (32pp)
AU$18
US$18
NZ$20
UK£12
EU€14

eBk: ISBN 9781921479762;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

Las Armas de Fuego
Picture Book
Las Armas de Fuego
David P Reiter / Patrick J Murphy

Spanish translation
Como muchos otros niños, Juan está fascinado con las armas, de juego y de fuego.

Una noche, Juan escucha un argumento entre su padres acerca de una arma de fuego escondida en su casa. Al día siguiente se propone encontrarla. Efectivamente, Juan descubre una caja bajo la cama de sus padres y ahí encuentra – ¡una arma de fuego! El siente con sus manos el peso y lo fría de ésta...

ISBN 9781921479441
PB (37pp):
AU$18
US$18
NZ$20
UK£12
EU€14

eBk: ISBN 9781921479762;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

Giggle Gum Tree

Picture Book
The Giggle Gum Tree
Juliet Williams / Elizabeth Botté

Lily and Amanda Smart are lucky girls. They live in a tall house made of purple bricks, and every day they get to walk to school through a park filled with beautiful trees. Their favourite tree is the Giggle Gum, and they look forward to playing in it.

ISBN 9781921479182;
(32pp):
AU$25
(HB)
US$18
(PB)
NZ$28
(HB)
UK£12
(PB)
EU€14 (PB)

Greenhouse Effect

Junior Fiction
The Greenhouse Effect
David P Reiter

Project Earth-mend Series, Book 1. When Tiger the cat moves to Canberra with his owner, he befriends a local, Wanda the blue-tongued lizard, who is suspicious of introduced species. A delightful children's novel with an environmental conscience!

ISBN 0734406428;
PB (208pp):
AU$15
US$15
NZ$17
UK£10
EU€12

eBk: ISBN 9781921479496;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$12
UK£6
EU€7

The Handkerchief Map

YA Fiction
The Handkerchief Map
Kiri English-Hawke

Available: May 2014

Creates three distinct points of view on life in letter form during World War II from Helga, a German girl bent on joining the Resistance; Franz, a young Nazi soldier who begins to question the war; and Susanna, a Jewess who is imprisoned in concentration camp. Second edition of the novel written by a teenage author.

ISBN 9781922120861;
PB (TBC pp):
AU$17
US$17
NZ$20
UK£11

EU€13

eBk: ISBN 9781922120878;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10

UK£5
EU€6

Ruby Bottle
Junior Fiction
The Ruby Bottle
Janet Reid / Michaela Blassnig

When Amber discovers a dusty red bottle in her elderly neighbour’s shed, she knows at once that it’s meant to be hers. Then she meets the strange djinn that lives in the bottle, and is catapulted into an adventure she never imagined.

ISBN 9781921869402;
PB (224pp):
AU$17
US$15
NZ$19
UK£11
EU€13

eBk: ISBN 9781921869419;
AU$10
US$8
NZ$12
UK£6
EU€7

Secret Stealer

Fiction (YA)
The Secret Stealer
Jess Webster

Winner, IP Picks 2009 Best First Book.

A creative and well-crafted fantasy story for young adults, and takes the reader on an entertaining ride as it looks at magic curses, good and evil, and the challenges of dealing with the adult world.

Paper (232pp): ISBN 9781921479397;
AU$25
US$20
NZ$28
UK£11

eBk: ISBN 9781921479564;
AU$10
US$8
NZ$12
UK£5
EU€6

Sky Dreamer

Picture Book
The Sky Dreamer
Anne Morgan / Céline Eimann

The Sky Dreamer is an achingly beautiful and ultimately comforting picture book about a young child learning to take control of his life after the death of a loved one.

This title was supported by the Australia Council in its 2010 Grants round.

ISBN 9781921479977;
34pp:
AU$26
(HB)
US$18
(PB)
NZ$28
(HB)
UK£12
(PB)
EU€14
(PB)

eBk: ISBN 9781921479984;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

Sky Dreamer fr-en

Picture Book
The Sky Dreamer / Le Bateau de Rêves
Anne Morgan / Céline Eimann
[Bilingual French - English edition]

The Sky Dreamer is an achingly beautiful and ultimately comforting picture book about a young child learning to take control of his life after the death of a loved one.

This title was supported by the Australia Council in its 2010 Grants round.

Le Bateau de Rêves est un magnifique livre d’images, racontant de manière enchanteresse et réconfortante l’histoire douloureuse d’un jeune enfant apprenant à reprendre le contrôle de sa vie après la mort d’un être aimé.

ISBN 9781921869600; PB (34pp):
AU$18
US$18
NZ$30
UK£10

eBk: ISBN 9781921869617;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

SkyD-fr

Picture Book
Le Bateau de Rêves
Anne Morgan / Céline Eimann

Le Bateau de Rêves est un magnifique livre d’images, racontant de manière enchanteresse et réconfortante l’histoire douloureuse d’un jeune enfant apprenant à reprendre le contrôle de sa vie après la mort d’un être aimé.

ISBN 9781921869464;
PB (34pp):
AU$18
US$18
NZ$20
UK£10

eBk: ISBN 9781921869471;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

Das Boot der Träume

Picture Book
Das Boot der Träume
Anne Morgan / Céline Eimann / Michele Beer (translator)

Das Boot der Träume ist ein schmerzlich schönes und letzten Endes tröstliches Bilderbuch über ein junges Kind, das lernt sein Leben nach dem Tod eines geliebten Menschen selbst in die Hand zu nehmen.

ISBN 9781922120540;
PB (34pp):
AU$18
US$18
NZ$20
UK£10

eBk: ISBN 9781922120557;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

The Smallest Carbon Footprint

Junior Prose
The Smallest Carbon Footprint in the Land & other eco-tales
Anne Morgan / Gay McKinnon

In this delightful collection of organically-grown eco-tales, a prince wants to marry the girl with the smallest carbon footprint in the land; Space Cadet Lox finds out why a planet is like a bowl of porridge; a girl in a little green hoodie tries to save an endangered wolf; and Chicken Licken warns the sea is rising. Times have changed in Fairytale Land!

PB (80pp): ISBN 9781922120236;
AU$17
US$15
NZ$19
UK£11
EU€13

ePub: ISBN 9781922120243;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

Tiger Takes the Big Apple

Junior Fiction
Tiger Takes the Big Apple
David P Reiter

Project Earth-mend Series, Book 4. Now in North America to sign up the polar bears, wolves, beavers, bats, eagles and raccoons to the Project, the Crew team up with President Obama and Madonna at the United Nations to head off an almost certain attack by the Abell 2218 starships bent on destroying the Earth before its pollution can spread throughout the solar system and beyond.

ISBN 9781922120748;
PB (220pp):
AU$17
US$15
NZ$19
UK£11
EU€13

eBk: ISBN 9781922120755;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$12
UK£6
EU€7

Tiger

Junior Fiction
Tiger Tames the Min Min
David P Reiter

Project Earth-mend Series, Book 3. Our hero Tiger heads for the Australian Outback with his friends Wanda the Blue-tongue, the magical extraterrestrial Tark and the spaced out crow Syd to spread the word about how to save the Earth. Their guide in search of the mysterious Min Min lights is the retired racing camel, Number 12.

ISBN 9781921479748;
PB (208pp):
AU$17
US$15
NZ$19
UK£11
EU€13

eBk: ISBN 9781921479755;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$12
UK£6
EU€7

Willow Farrington

Fiction (YA)
Willow Farrington Bites Back

Rebecca Bloomer

When Willow Farrington first meets Isaac Silberstein she doesn’t know what to expect. He’s a gnome-like old man who survived a World War II concentration camp, and she’s an almost-14-year-old who’s just back at school after a four-month stay in hospital with an eating disorder. He’s written a recipe and gardening book, and she has to do a talk on it for school.

ISBN 9781921479366
PB (108pp):
AU$17
US$15
NZ$19
UK£11
EU€13

eBk: ISBN 9781921479526;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

Witches' Britches, Itches, Twitches
Junior Fiction
Witches' Britches, Itches & Twitches
Mark Carthew / Mike Spoor

Witches’ Britches, Itches & Twitches is a fun rhyme, riddle and joke book embedded with an eclectic mix of rhymes, jokes, quirky humour, fun banter and sight gags. It is a companion book to Wicked Wizards & Leaping Lizards, which was shorlisted for the Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards 2008.

 

ISBN 9781921869143;
PB (126pp):
AU$17
US$15
NZ$19
UK£11
EU€13

eBk: ISBN 9781921869150;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

Zahara's Rose

Picture Book
Zahara's Rose
Libby Hathorn / Doris Unger

What will happen when Zahara reaches the Hanging Gardens of Babylon and tries to see the Queen? Much acclaimed author, Libby Hathorn has told a gentle, celebratory tale, illuminated by the evocative illustrations of Doris Unger.

ISBN 9781921479236
AU$26(HB)
US$18
(PB)
NZ$28
(HB)
UK£12
(PB)
EU€14
(PB)

eBk: ISBN 9781921479519;
AU$8
US$8
NZ$10
UK£6
EU€7

MEDIA (Music, Text + Audio, Transmedia, Film)
Title Details Available Versions

Bush Poetry Classics

Music
Australian Bush Poetry Classics
Jack Drake ed.

Jack performs the classic bush poems of greats like Banjo Patterson, Henry Lawson, Will Ogilvie, and C J Dennis. An excellent reference work for schools and to be enjoyed by lovers of bush poetry everywhere.

ISBN 9780957847767;
Audio CD:
AU$25
US$20
NZ$28
UK£13
EU€16

Australian Earth-Covered Bld

Architecture
Australian Earth Covered and Green Building

Sydney, Joan and David Bagg

This highly illustrated DVD examines the philosophy and practices behind 'terratecture' and provides key information the reader needs to design, build and live or work in an earth-integrated building, including architectural aspects, site selection and council regulations. Also see The Healthy House.

 

ISBN 9780975680711;
DVD-R
AU$49.50
US$45
NZ$55
UK£30
EU€35

Bronco Harry

Bush Poetry / Music
Bronco Harry’s Last Ride

Jack Drake

 

The third CD from the star of the Tamworth Music Festival’s annual Sex, Lies and Bush Poetry event. “Whoever it was who coined the term ‘A Knockabout Bloke’ may well have had Jack Drake in mind.” – Bruce Simpson

ISBN 0957847750,
Audio CD:
AU$25
US$20
NZ$27
UK£13
EU€16

 

Celtic Catalyst

Music
Celtic Catalyst
Alan S Ferguson

A skillful blend of Celtic harp, guitar, bass, mandolin, tenor harp, banjo and vocals by Alan S. Ferguson, who breathed Celtic air and music from his youth in Scotland, who now plays in bands in Western Australia, where the meeting of cultural traditions continues.

ISBN 9781876819880;
Audio CD:
AU$25
US$20
NZ$27
UK£13
EU€16

Celtic Crossroads

Music
Celtic Crosswinds
Alan S Ferguson

A second volume of Celtic music by Alan S. Ferguson, who breathed Celtic air and music from his youth in Scotland, who now plays in bands in Western Australia, where the meeting of cultural traditions continues.

ISBN 9781876819897;
Audio CD:
AU$25
US$20
NZ$27
UK£13
EU€16

Dinkum Poetry

Bush Poetry / Music
Dinkum Poetry

Jack Drake

Dinkum performance verse from a country Queensland legend. “Whoever it was who coined the term ‘A Knockabout Bloke’ may well have had Jack Drake in mind.” – Bruce Simpson

ISBN 0957847726;
Audio CD:
AU$25
US$20
NZ$27
UK£13
EU€16

Hemingway in Spain Film

Film
Hemingway in Spain

David P Reiter


In his first film, multi-award winning author David P Reiter makes a time traveller of the legend. Hemingway’s on a quest for his arch-enemy Franco, during the Spanish Civil War, but he also meets up with famous people from the past and future who have shocking things to say about war, love and art.

Take a look at the Paperback Book or eBook versions as well.

ISBN 9781876819866;
DVD-R:
AU$30

US$25
NZ$33
UK£17
EU€20

ISBN 9781876819866;
PB:
AU$25

US$18
NZ$28
UK£12
EU€14

ISBN 9781876819866;
eBk:
AU$10

US$10
NZ$12
UK£7
EU€8

King Hit

Text + Audio
King Hit
Stephen Oliver / Matt Ottley

Stephen Oliver’s voice resonates with strength and passion. With the highly original music of Matt Ottley this CD transports us across soundscapes of harmony and disharmony, life and death, peace and violence.

ISBN 9781876819705;
Enhanced CD:
AU$25
US$20
NZ$27
UK£13
EU€16

Live Irish Club

Music
Live at the Irish Club

Alan Ferguson, L Steding, C Merry

The latest music CD from Alan Ferguson and Co, based on an impromptu concert at the WA Irish Club, featuring the best of traditional and more recent Celtic music.

 

ISBN 9781921479007;
Audio CD:
AU$25
US$20
NZ$27
UK£13
EU€16

NullarborSC

Film
Nullarbor Song Cycle
David P Reiter

David Reiter's latest film celebrates the beauty and spirituality of one of Australia's iconic landscapes through voices present and past. Based on a poetic song cycle published in The Age Monthly.

ISBN 9781921869167;
DVD-R:
AU$20
US$20
NZ$22
UK£13
EU€15

Orchidopedia

Crossmedia: Gardening
Orchidopaedia
, Volume 1, Genera Greg Steenbeeke & Gary Yong Gee

The essential reference and research guide for professional and amateur growers of orchids. Over 100 pages of interactive text and 750 colour images about orchid genera worldwide.

ISBN 0957788606;
CD-R (168pp):
AU$88

Paul and Vincent

Crossmedia Drama
Paul and Vincent
David P Reiter

Gauguin and van Gogh reflect on their stormy relationship at Arles, which may have contributed to Vincent's suicide. A multimedia production based on the sell-out Brisbane live performance and ABC PoeticA production.

ISBN 1876819588;
CD-R:
AU$20
US$20
NZ$22
UK£13
EU€15

Rainshadows

Crossmedia
Rainshadows
David P Reiter, ed.

The Best of IP 10th Anniversary Celebration CD, with nearly 400 pages of fiction, poetry, multimedia, podcasts, even a movie trailer from some of the finest authors working in Australia today.

ISBN 1876819651;
CD-R:
AU$20
US$20
NZ$22
UK£13
EU€15

Sharpened Knife

Crossmedia FictionSharpened Knife
David P Reiter

A murder mystery in multimedia! David P Reiter’s second work of literary multimedia begins as a short novel set in Far North Queensland, but your imagination takes you far beyond the immediate page, with links to other works and surprising places.

ISBN 1876819553;
CD-R:
AU$25

US$20
NZ$27
UK£13
EU€16

Cattledog's Revenge

Bush Poetry / Music
The Cattledog’s Revenge

Jack Drake

Performance poetry with a bite from the Bush Poet of the Year 2001! His love of words and verse started when his father gave him a copy of Banjo Patterson’s verses when he was 10 years old.

ISBN 0957847734;
Audio CD:
AU$25
US$20
NZ$27
UK£13
EU€16

The Gallery

Transmedia
The Gallery

David P Reiter

Reiter completed this work while in residence at the prestigious Banff Centre for the Arts. An adaptation of his poetry collection, Letters We Never Sent, it's a ground-breaking work of interactive, literary multimedia that will shed new light on the possibilities for poetry.

ISBN 187681943X;
CD-R:
AU$25

US$20
NZ$27
UK£13
EU€16

Healthy House

Architecture
The Healthy House
Sydney and Joan Baggs

The definitive guide to creating a safe, healthy and environmentally friendly home. The Healthy House shows that you can put a stop to pollution in your own surroundings, whether you are building a new house, renovating an existing building, or renting. Also see Australian Earth-Covered and Green Building.

 

ISBN 9781876819811;
DVD-R:
AU$49.50
US$45
NZ$55
UK£30
EU€35

Hearth Takes Wing

Text + Audio
The Heart Takes Wing

Kathy Kituai / Nitya Bernard Parker

A brilliant collaboration of words and music between tanka artist Kathy Kituai and composer/musician Nitya Bernard Parker, based on Kathy's book Straggling into Winter.

ISBN 9781921479120;
CD-R:
AU$25
US$20
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eBook Survival Kit

Digital Publishing
Your eBook Survival Kit
, 2nd Edition
David P Reiter

 

Updated hands-on guide into the essentials of composing and publishing for eBooks. The Kit provides advice and instructions on how to set up a file for conversion into ePub, xhtml, Fixed Layout and pdf formats, how to promote via social networks, and how to upload to distributors such as Amazon, Apple and Kobo.

ISBN 9781921479960;
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UK£7

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Updated 10 September 2014

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