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The Family File

by Mark Aarons

In early 1965 at age thirteen, Mark Aarons came under the 'adverse notice' of ASIO, which opened volume one of his nine-volume security file. Mark was following in the footsteps of his father, Laurie Aarons,...


People in Glass Houses: An insider's story of a life in and out of Hillsong

by Tanya Levin

Tanya Levin grew up in the church that became Hillsong - the country's most ambitious, entrepreneurial and influential religious corporation. People in Glass Houses tells how a small Assemblies of God church...


Reading Madame Bovary

by Amanda Lohrey

A woman finds her everyday life engulfed by vivid fantasies, a businessman explores new ways to deal with his rage, a young woman is stuck on a boat with a bunch of delinquents, a diary is discovered, a commune...


Whitewash: On Keith Windschuttle's Fabrication of Aboriginal History

by Robert Manne

In December 2002, The Fabrication of Aboriginal History, Volume One by Keith Windschuttle was published. It argued that violence between whites and Aborigines in colonial Tasmania had been vastly exaggerated...


The Red Highway

by Nicolas Rothwell

This is the story of a quest - a journey down the red highway.

On returning from a war zone, Nicolas Rothwell begins to explore the deserts and towns, sleepy coastline and hidden worlds of Australia's north....


Free to a Good Home

by Catherine Deveny

Take two reality pills and call me in the morning.

Swine Flu. Financial meltdown. It's been a bad year for pigs and pigs in suits. The only thing for it is a good dose of Catherine Deveny, who each week in...


The Bee Hut

by Dorothy Porter

Known for her passionate, sensual and edgy poetry, Dorothy Porter was one of Australia's truly original writers. She was twice short-listed for Australia's premier literary award, the Miles Franklin, and her...


Up from the Mission: Selected Writings

by Noel Pearson

Up from the Mission charts the life and thought of Noel Pearson, from his early days as a native title lawyer to his position today as one of Australia's most influential figures.

This is writing of great passion...


Another Country

by Nicolas Rothwell

Shortlisted for the 2008 Colin Roderick Award and the 2008 NSW Premier's Literary Awards.

For several years now, Nicolas Rothwell has travelled the length and breadth of Northern and Central Australia. This...


The Skull: Informers, Hit Men and Australia's Toughest Cop

by Adam Shand

An irresistible true-crime story from the author of the bestselling Big Shots. There has never been a more feared or respected policeman in Australia than Brian "Skull" Murphy. His fearsome reputation and connections...


Growing Up Asian in Australia

by Alice Pung

Asian-Australians have often been written about by outsiders, as outsiders. In this collection, compiled by award-winning author Alice Pung, they tell their own stories with verve, courage and a large dose of...


Quarterly Essay 36 Australian Story: Kevin Rudd and the Lucky Country

by Mungo MacCallum

In Australian Story, Mungo MacCallum investigates the political success of Kevin Rudd. What does he know about Australia that his opponents don't? This is a characteristically barbed and perceptive look at the...


Quarterly Essay 33 Quarry Vision: Coal, Climate Change and the End of the Resources Boom

by Guy Pearse

This is an essay about "quarry vision", the mindset that sees Australia's greatest asset as its mineral and energy resources - coal especially. How has this distorted our national politics and our response to...


Quarterly Essay 32 American Revolution: The Fall of Wall Street and the Rise of Barack Obama

by Kate Jennings

Where were you when America elected Barack Obama? Kate Jennings was in New York, eyes wide open, completing her take on an amazing time: "the run-up to the election ... a time when every day felt like a year...


Quarterly Essay 29 Love and Money: The Family and the Free Market

by Anne Manne

In Love & Money, Anne Manne looks at the religion of work - its high priests and sacrificial lambs. As family life and motherhood feel the pressure of the market, she asks whether the chief beneficiaries are...


Quarterly Essay 27 Reaction Time: Climate Change and the Nuclear Option

by Ian Lowe

Australia is at a crossroads: if we are to halt global warming, do we need to stride resolutely into a nuclear future?

In this engrossing and persuasive essay, Ian Lowe discusses his one-time belief in the...


Quarterly Essay 26 His Master's Voice: The Corruption of Public Debate under Howard

by David Marr

John Howard has the loudest voice in Australia. He has cowed his critics, muffled the press, intimidated the ABC, gagged scientists, silenced NGOs, censored the arts, prosecuted leakers, criminalised protest...


Pictures from an Expedition

by Diane Smith

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Quarterly Essay 31 Now or Never: A Sustainable Future for Australia?

by Tim Flannery

Sometime this century, after 4 billion years, some of Earth's regulatory systems will pass from control through evolution by natural selection, to control by human intelligence. Will humanity rise to the challenge?...


Quarterly Essay 24 No Fixed Address: Nomads and the Fate of the Planet

by Robyn Davidson

After many thousands of years, the nomads are disappearing, swept away by modernity. Robyn Davidson has spent a good part of her life with nomadic cultures - in Australia, north-west India, Tibet and the Indian...