Picador Jennifer Mills Dyschronia

Jennifer Mills: Dyschronia

Weaving questions of consciousness and conscience into one young woman’s migraine-wracked visions of the futures, Dyschronia by Jennifer Mills is a brilliant, poignant novel that plays with the complexity of time a...
Joel Creasey Thirsty: Confessions of a Fame Whore

Thirsty – Confessions of a Fame Whore

Joel Creasey has known he wanted to be on the world’s stage since he was in short pants, and nothing was going to get in his way. After his first stand-up performance at 17, he had to follow his dream – that is, to alway...
Liz Williams Body language feature

Liz Williams: Body language

Celebrating the remarkable figurative sculptures of Australian ceramicist Liz Williams, a new monograph by Dr Margot Osborne, Liz Williams: Body language reveals for the first time the achievements of this underrated Ade...
Tim Rogers Detours

Tim Rogers: Detours

Endearing, charming, honest and absorbing, Detours is the most anticipated literary and rock n’ roll memoir of the year – it is witty, endearing, funny, sad, truthful tender and beautiful – think Patti ...

Pip Smith: Half Wild

Based on the true lives of Eugenia Falleni, Half Wild is Pip Smith’s stunningly original debut novel. Sydney, 1938. After being hit by a car on Oxford Street, sixty-three-year-old Jean Ford lies in a coma in Sydney...
TWMA Wakefield Press Discovering Dobell Christopher Heathcote

Discovering Dobell

Discovering Dobell offers an intimate glimpse of William Dobell, the artist whose heart remained anchored in the daily life of everyday people, from the streets of Depression-raked London to Sydney’s Kings Cross. Christo...