Books in category Literary Collections – Australian & Oceanian

  • Angus Robertson and the British Trade in Australian Books 1930â 1970

    Angus & Robertson and the British Trade in Australian Books, 1930–1970
    Jason D. Ensor

    This book is the answer to the current void in the literary market for a substantial history of Australia's largest publisher and its role in the development of Australia's export book trade.

  • Deep South

    Deep South
    Ralph Crane, Danielle Wood

    A must-read for enthusiasts of Australian literature, Deep South comes with a critical introduction from the editors—Ralph Crane and Danielle Wood—and biographical sketches of the contributors.

  • The Train Rider

    The Train Rider
    Tony Cavanaugh

    Forever. Tony Cavanaugh is an Australian writer and producer of film and television. The Train Rider is his latest book featuring cop Darian Richards and follows on from the acclaimed crime thrillers Promise and Dead Girl Sing.

  • Promise

    Promise
    Tony Cavanaugh

    One of the freshest and most well-written novels I've come across this year' – Graeme Blundell, crime reviewer, The Australian 'The best thing about this book is that it looks like there will be a second one' – Australian Bookseller & …

  • The Best Australian Bush Stories

    The Best Australian Bush Stories
    Jim Haynes

    Here are the big names of Australian bush writing and the lesser known writers who have been forgotten, but whose reputations are long overdue for revival.

  • Serendipity

    Serendipity
    Bernie Dowling

    ON behalf of the Writers Anthology Group, based in the Pine Rivers district of Australia, I present our 2013 anthology, Serendipity.

  • Griffith REVIEW 33

    Griffith REVIEW 33
    Julianne Schultz

    There seems no end to our hunger for the stories of real people.

  • Great Australian Horse Stories

    Great Australian Horse Stories
    Anne Crawford

    From the traditions of old-timers to new methods that challenge the way we think about horses, these stories capture the essence of that special bond between humans and horses.

  • The Soft Touch

    The Soft Touch
    Tony Cavanaugh

    He is a man you want looking out for you not looking for you. The Darian Richards Series Promise Dead Girl Sing The Soft Touch (Short Story) The Train Rider Kingdom of the Strong

  • The Best Australian Essays 2012

    The Best Australian Essays 2012
    Ramona Koval

    There's Andrew Ford on John Cage, Maria Tumarkin on food, Clive James on Pauline Kael, and Nick Bryant on Gina Rinehart. These are essays full of insight and wit, on the subjects that moved us in 2012.

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