Juliet Marillier The Harp of Kings

Juliet Marillier: The Harp of Kings

In this thrilling historical fantasy from the author of the Sevenwaters Trilogy, a young woman is both a bard – and a warrior in Juliet Marillier’s The Harp of Kings. Eighteen-year-old Liobhan is a powerful s...

Elizabeth Bryer: From Here On, Monsters

A timely work of unbridled imagination from a startling new voice, Elizabeth Bryer, From Here On, Monsters is an ambitious, noirish allegory for any fan of Claire G. Coleman’s Terra Nullius or Shaun Prescott’...
Wakefield Press Curious Recollections feature

Curious Recollections: Life in the Curiosity Show

Every child who grew up in Australia in the 70s and 80s remembers the Curiosity Show – the science show that encouraged kids to build their own experiments at home. Running for 18 years, it was a groundbreaking tel...
Dominic Smith The Electric Hotel feature

Dominic Smith: The Electric Hotel

From the award-winning author of the acclaimed New York Times bestseller, The Last Painting of Sara de Vos, comes a luminous novel tracing the intertwined fates of a silent-film director and his muse. Dominic Smith’...
AAR Theo Inglis Mid-Century Modern Graphic Design

Theo Inglis: Mid-Century Modern Graphic Design

A visual and comprehensive guide to a hugely popular graphic style. The distinctive aesthetic of mid-century design captured the post-war zeitgeist of energy and progress, and remains hugely popular today. In Mid-Century...
Ben Pobjie Mad Dogs and Thunderbolts

Ben Pobjie: Mad Dogs and Thunderbolts

Ned Kelly’s metal helmet looms large over Australia’s bushranging past, but what about all the unsung outlaws of the Australian bush? In Mad Dogs and Thunderbolts Australia’s most irreverent historian, Ben Pobjie, ...