Either Side of Midnight

Sam Midford opens the monologue for his weekly current affairs show by shooting himself in the head. It’s this heart-in-your-mouth scene that opens Either Side…

Fallout

Can a single magazine article change international thinking? Can a magazine allow one article to be an entire issue? 

Anxious People

Anxious People is described as “One bank robber. Seven strangers. And a really bad idea”. It is a blunt introduction to our everyday survival and…

The Truth Hurts

Boe. Burma Born. Bright Boy. Brisbane Bred. Buranda Bellringer. Bold Barrister. Brave Book. The Truth Hurts reveals Andrew Boe’s philosophical development as a lawyer and contemporary thinker. …

The Fatal Lure of Politics: The Life and Thought of Vere Gordon Childe

This historian’s radical portrayal showcases the two lives of Vere Gordon Childe – himself a radical archaeologist-Marxist political activist and perhaps one of Australia’s greatest…

The Commando Way: A special forces commander’s lessons for life, leadership and success

Bram Connolly is a 20-year veteran of the Australian Defence Force, serving more than 15 years in the Special Forces during which he earned the…

We Begin at the End

Crime thrillers rarely have child protagonists, but 13-year-old Duchess Radley will captivate readers of all ages in Chris Whitaker’s latest literary crime novel We Begin…

The Splendid and the Vile: A saga of Churchill, family and defiance during the Blitz

In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, works like this highlight the significance of political leadership and illustrate qualities leaders need to make dynamic decisions….

The Road: Uprising 
in West Papua

For a book less than 120 pages in length, The Road feels heavy in your hands. John Martinkus has produced a forensic account of the…

The Wisdom of Tea

We know that all we really have is today. The pandemic has illustrated this fact on a global scale. Our lives and the world can…