2023 releases

The Revolution of 1936–1939 in Palestine

The Revolution of 1936–1939 in Palestine

$30.00
Background, Details, and Analysis A radical analysis of Palestinian resistance from one of their most influential voices. Revisit Ghassan Kanafani’s pivotal text in a new English edition. Kanafani presents a...
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Conversations with Birds

$32.99
“Birds are my almanac. They tune me into the seasons, and into myself.” So begins this lively collection of essays by acclaimed filmmaker and novelist Priyanka Kumar. Growing up at...
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For The Culture: Phenomenal Black Women and Femmes in Food: Interviews, Inspiration, and Recipes

$79.99
A must-have anthology of the leading Black women and femmes shaping today’s food and hospitality landscape—from farm to table and beyond—chronicling their passions and motivations, lessons learned and hard-won wisdom,...
What Have You Left Behind?

What Have You Left Behind?

$24.99
Translated by Saward Hussain In 2015, a year after it started, Bushra al-Maqtari decided to document the suffering of civilians in the Yemeni civil war, which has killed over 200,000...
Somewhere We Are Human

Somewhere We Are Human

$45.00
Authentic Voices on Migration, Survival, and New Beginnings Introduction by Pulitzer Prize–winning author Viet Thanh Nguyen A unique collection of 41 groundbreaking essays, poems, and artwork by migrants, refugees and...
How To Be a (Young) Antiracist

How To Be a (Young) Antiracist

$19.99
The #1 New York Times bestseller that sparked international dialogue is now a book for young adults! Based on the adult bestseller by Ibram X. Kendi, and co-authored by bestselling...
Liberalism and its Discontents

Liberalism and its Discontents

$22.99
A defence of liberalism by the renowned political philosopher.Liberalism — the comparatively mild-mannered sibling to the more ardent camps of nationalism and socialism — has never been so divisive as...
Far From my Hospital Bed

Far From my Hospital Bed

$34.99
Reflections on Society and the PandemicThese are the thoughts flitted, fluttered, and formed as Teresita Cruz Del Rosario battled COVID-19 and experienced life as never before — one of danger...
Statements from the Soul

Statements from the Soul

$32.99
The Moral Case for the Uluru Statement from the HeartA collection of passionate essays from religious leaders arguing for a First Nations Voice to be enshrined in the Australian ConstitutionIn...
Map Reading

Map Reading

$22.99
An inspiring and moving collection of speeches and essays from the Nobel Laureate in Literature 2021'One of the world's most prominent postcolonial writers - He has consistently and with great...
What Women Want: On Desire, Power, Love and Growth

What Women Want: On Desire, Power, Love and Growth

$24.99
From a leading psychotherapist comes an electrifying examination into female desire told through the stories of seven very different women. After thirty years of research, Sigmund Freud still felt the...
Namwayut: We Are All One

Namwayut: We Are All One

$39.99
A Pathway to ReconciliationReconciliation belongs to all of us. In this book, drawing from the lessons that he has learned along his pathway from residential school to the leader of...
Misfits

Misfits

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From the brilliant mind of the creator and star of I May Destroy You and Chewing Gum comes a passionate declaration against fitting in.Michaela Coel's MacTaggart Lecture touched a lot...
Well-Read Black Girl

Well-Read Black Girl

$26.99
Finding Our Stories, Discovering OurselvesRemember that moment when you first encountered a character who seemed to be written just for you? That feeling of belonging remains with readers the rest...
Black Women Writers at Work

Black Women Writers at Work

$39.99
A critical collection of conversations with Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, Gayl Jones and other Black women writers that changed the scope of Black literature in the 20th century and beyond.'Black...
Dog Hearted

Dog Hearted

$22.99
'This is a heart-warming anthology, celebrating one of our most beloved animals. Rich with joy and delight, but there is also real depth, poignancy and surprisingly dark humour here.' From...
Raven Smith's Men

Raven Smith's Men

$24.99
From the Sunday Times bestselling author of Raven Smith’s Trivial Pursuits, comes a pin sharp, hilarious and incisive exploration of what it means to be a man in the modern...
The Call of the Tribe

The Call of the Tribe

$39.99
The intellectual autobiography of Mario Vargas Llosa, winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature — and an author who is 'tireless in his quest to probe the nature of the...
Ordinary Notes

Ordinary Notes

$24.99
These Black notes may land in silence or a tone, a sound,a pitch, a record, or an observation made with care; thesenotes might just reach you across distance, time andspace,...
The Racial Politics of Australian Multiculturalism

The Racial Politics of Australian Multiculturalism

$29.99
White Nation, Against Paranoid Nationalism & Later WritingsA groundbreaking collection of seminal works by renowned anthropologist and cultural critic, Ghassan Hage. Praised by internationally acclaimed author ofComplaint!, Sara Ahmed, as...
Quietly Hostile

Quietly Hostile

$23.99
The No 1 New York Times bestselling essayist is back, on point, and ready to be the friend in print we all look forward to spending a little more time...
Twelve Words for Moss

Twelve Words for Moss

$35.00
A moving tale of recovery and reconnection and an immersive journey through British wetlands Glowflake, Rocket, Small Skies, Kind Spears, Marilyn . . . Moss is known as the living...
On the Voice to Parliament

On the Voice to Parliament

$16.99
Kimberley-born Indigenous business leader Charles Prouse has spent 30 years working in Indigenous affairs across the corporate, government and non-profit sectors. He's been asked many times how to fix 'the...
Honouring our Ancestors

Honouring our Ancestors

$39.95
Takatāpui, Two-Spirit, and Indigenous LGBTQI+ well-beingIn these rigorous and challenging essays, writers from Aotearoa and Turtle Island (Canada and the United States of America) explore the well-being of takatāpui, two-spirit,...
A Flat Place

A Flat Place

$36.99
Raw and radical, unfamiliar and beguiling — a journey through Britain's breathtaking flatlands and a reckoning with the painful memories and hidden histories contained in those landscapes Noreen Masud has...
Nga Kupu Wero

Nga Kupu Wero

$32.99
A powerful new collection of non-fiction by contemporary Maori writers. Nga Kupu Werobrings together a bounty of essays, articles, commentary and creative non-fiction on the political, cultural and social issues...
Constructing a Nervous System

Constructing a Nervous System

$22.99
The Pulitzer Prize-winning critic and acclaimed author of Negroland boldly and brilliantly fuses cultural analysis and memoir to probe race, class, family and art. Taking in the jazz and blues...
The One Thing We've Never Spoken About

The One Thing We've Never Spoken About

$32.99
Exposing Our Untold Mental Health CrisisAn investigation into the failings of Australia's mental healthcare system, grounded in a personal story of a mother daughter relationshipJournalist Elfy Scott grew up in...
My Life: Growing Up Asian in America

My Life: Growing Up Asian in America

$32.99
With an introduction by SuChin Pak A collection of thirty heartfelt, witty, and hopeful thought pieces “that highlights the humanity and multitudes of being Asian American” (Kirkus Reviews, starred review),...
Echoes

Echoes

$15.00
Echoesis a lyrical collection of personal essays which references art and literature, pop culture and nostalgia. It gathers small joys, from a figure-hugging 'disco dress' to learning to sing Koo...
The Unfolding

The Unfolding

$50.00
An Invitation to Come Home to Yourself In this beautiful collection of poems, essays, and meditations, Arielle Estoria tenderly reveals the places in her life where she has been broken...
Tiger Work

Tiger Work

$22.99
Inspired by environmental activism, this new collection blends fiction, essay and poetry to make a powerful and very personal appeal for change.If we continue to live as we do now,...
Communion

Communion

$32.99
The Female Search for Love Renowned visionary bell hooks explored the meaning of love in American culture with the critically acclaimed bestseller All About Love: New Visions. She continued her...
Me, Her, Us

Me, Her, Us

$32.99
Memoir-essays from an award-winning writer, exploring race, sex, familial expectations, and identity. Raised by strict, religious, Malaysian Chinese parents in Brisbane's southern suburbs, Yen-Rong Wong internalised an idealised image of...
Opinions

Opinions

$32.99
A Decade of Arguments, Criticism and Minding Other People's BusinessSince the publication of the groundbreaking Bad Feministand Hunger, Roxane Gay has continued to tackle the big issues embroiling society —...
The Pleasure of Thinking

The Pleasure of Thinking

$29.99
The dazzling essays of the beloved, subversive Chinese writer Wang Xiaobo, a continual bestseller in China, now in English for the first timeWang Xiaobo made his name as a novelist...
Six Saturdays of Beyblade and other essays

Six Saturdays of Beyblade and other essays

$29.99
Translated by John Toledo A collection of personal essays about growing up and becoming a father from the landscapes of the Philippine countrysides to the fringes and streetways of Manila...
How It Feels To Find Yourself

How It Feels To Find Yourself

$39.99
From the author of Start Where You Are comes an illustrated guide for moving through life's biggest transitions with purpose and clarity. How It Feels to Find Yourself pairs vibrant...
Notes on Grief

Notes on Grief

$9.99
A personal and powerful essay on loss from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, the bestselling author of Americanah and Half of a Yellow Sun.'Grief is a cruel kind of education. You learn...
Home Is Not A Place

Home Is Not A Place

$55.00
SHORTLISTED FOR THE BRITISH BOOK AWARDS‘Beautiful, haunting, thought-provoking … A book I will return to again and again’ — Bernardine EvaristoA gorgeously produced, hugely original examination of Black Britishness in...
Lifeboat (Quarterly Essay #91)

Lifeboat (Quarterly Essay #91)

$27.99
Disability, Humanity, and the NDIS What ails the NDIS? Caring or careless? In this powerful and moving essay, Micheline Lee tells the story of the National Disability Insurance Scheme, a...
How to Write About Africa

How to Write About Africa

$35.00
A trailblazing collection of writing on contemporary Africa from across Binyavanga Wainaina's extraordinary life — ranging from musings on politics and culture to deeply personal introspectionsBinyavanga Wainaina was a seminal...
Between Starshine and Clay

Between Starshine and Clay

$32.99
Foreword by Bernardine Evaristo Award-winning author and cultural critic Sarah Ladipo Manyika takes us on a remarkable journey across contemporary cultural and political landscapes as she talks to some of...
Surviving the Future

Surviving the Future

$39.99
Abolitionist Queer Strategies Foreword by Mimi Thi Nguyen Surviving the Future is a collection of the most current ideas in radical queer movement work and revolutionary queer theory. Beset by...
Sex and Lies

Sex and Lies

$22.99
From the prize winning and bestselling author of Lullaby and Adele: a fascinating and witty collection of essays on the lives of women grappling with sexual politics in a deeply...
The Half Known Life

The Half Known Life

$39.99
Finding Paradise in a Divided WorldOne of our most perceptive travel writers embarks on an exploration of the world's holiest places and where we might find paradise on Earth.It's so...
My Life in Sea Creatures

My Life in Sea Creatures

$39.99
A beautiful blend of memoir and oceanography that explores the ocean's depths and many of the big questions — about identity, the nature of work, the pull of family —...
The Feminist Killjoy Handbook

The Feminist Killjoy Handbook

$39.99
A profound guide to existing on your own terms, the first trade book from renowned intersectional feminist scholar Sara AhmedWe have to keep saying it because they keep doing it.Do...
Voice of Reason: On Recognition and Renewal (Quarterly Essay 90)

Voice of Reason: On Recognition and Renewal (Quarterly Essay 90)

$27.99
Why a First Nations Voice to Parliament is a 'constitutional moment' that offers a new vision of AustraliaAt Uluru, an invitation was issued to the Australian people. With the upcoming...
How To Be an Antiracist

How To Be an Antiracist

$24.99
The global million-copy bestseller that transformed the world's understanding of racism and helped mobilise a global movement.In this rousing and deeply empathetic book, Ibram X. Kendi, one of the world's...