2023 releases

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Don't Fear the Reaper

$24.99
Jade Daniels faces down a brutal serial killer in his pulse-punding tribute to the golden era of horror cinema and Friday the 13th from the New York Times-bestselling, multiple-award winning...
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It's All about the Land: Collected Talks and Interviews on Indigenous Resurgence

$49.99
Illuminating the First Nations struggles against the Canadian state, It's All about the Land exposes how racism underpins and shapes Indigenous-settler relationships. Renowned Kahnawà:ke Mohawk activist and scholar Taiaiake Alfred...
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Returning

$29.99
'Mate, you're standing on stolen land.' Returning is a stunning work - a poetic and visual feast that takes you on Kirli's journey of rediscovering self, Country and Connection. Kirli's...
More Than These Bones

More Than These Bones

$27.99
More Than These Bones is an epic and intercontinental poetry work detailing the author’s journey through heartbreak and self-discovery. The book is rooted in place. Pieces land in multiple settings...
Carpentaria

Carpentaria

$34.95
One of the classics of Australian literature, Alexis Wright’s Miles Franklin award-winning novel is being rereleased in a new edition designed by Jenny Grigg. Accompanies the April release ofPraiseworthy, Wright’s...
The Swan Book

The Swan Book

From $24.99
The new novel by Alexis Wright, whose previous novel Carpentaria won the Miles Franklin Award and four other major prizes including the ABIA Literary Fiction Book of the Year Award.The...
A Minor Chorus

A Minor Chorus

$27.99
A debut novel from a rising literary star that brings the modern queer and Indigenous experience into sharp relief.An unnamed narrator abandons his unfinished thesis and returns to northern Alberta...
Murli la: Songs and Stories of the Tiwi Islands

Murli la: Songs and Stories of the Tiwi Islands

$45.00
A beautiful book that brings many lifetimes of sung Tiwi knowledge to the page for the first time.A joint project with the Indigenous Literary Foundation, Murli la is a beautifully...
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...
Bad Cree

Bad Cree

$29.99
In this gripping debut, a young Cree woman's dreams lead her on a perilous journey of self-discovery that ultimately forces her to confront the toll of a legacy of violence...
Monumental Disruptions

Monumental Disruptions

$39.95
Aboriginal people and colonial commemorations in so-called AustraliaWhat is the place of Australia’s colonial memorials in today’s society? Do we remove, destroy or amend?Monumental Disruptionsinvestigates how these memorials have been...
The Very Last List of Vivian Walker

The Very Last List of Vivian Walker

$32.99$22.99
Vivian Walker is dying. This is not on her list of things to do. A darkly funny debut that proves even the most imperfect of lives is worth celebrating.Now that...
Reaching Through Time

Reaching Through Time

$34.99
Finding my family’s stories The powerful story of a Bundjalung woman's journey to uncover her family history. The phone rang unexpectedly, late one night. 'Guess who our white ancestors were?'...
We Didn't Think it Through

We Didn't Think it Through

$19.99
From the author of the award-winning The Boy from the Mish, comes a compelling coming-of-age YA novel about sixteen-year-old Jamie Langton finding his future and navigating the challenges of racism,...
Books and Islands in Ojibwe Country

Books and Islands in Ojibwe Country

$22.99
For more than three decades, Louise Erdrich has won prizes, critical acclaim, and the hearts of readers the world over with her spellbinding novels of Native American life. In Books...
Saints of the Household

Saints of the Household

$32.99
This haunting contemporary YA about an act of violence in a small town — beautifully told by a debut Bribri (Indigenous Costa Rican) poet and storyteller — explores brotherhood, abuse,...
Ruin and other stories

Ruin and other stories

$32.95
Women and girls walk a perilously thin line between ruin and redemption in these stories as they try — with varying degrees of success — to outmanouver the violence that...
Once Were Warriors

Once Were Warriors

$14.99
A New Zealand classic, this novel is a raw and powerful portrayal of Maori in New Zealand society. Alan Duff's groundbreaking first novel is one of the most talked-about books...
Potiki

Potiki

From $14.99
A prize-winning classic novel, as relevant today as when it was first written. Potiki is a work of spellbinding power in which the myths of older times are inextricably woven...
The Whale Rider

The Whale Rider

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An international bestseller that was made into a multiple award-winning film.Eight-year-old Kahu craves her great-grandfather's love and attention. But he is focused on his duties as chief of a Māori...
The Bone Tree

The Bone Tree

$34.99
The story of two brothers, born and raised in the shadow of Taranaki Maunga, by 'one of Aotearoa's finest writers' (NZ Listener).Kauri and Black's mum has been gone six months...
Spirit Talker

Spirit Talker

$32.99
This teaching memoir by an Indigenous spirit talker includes stories about the author's reconnection with his Mi'kmaq heritage along with techniques for connecting to Spirit and developing your own intuition...
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...
the body country

the body country

$26.99
'I keep looking at the stars to see the universe, but the joke is I am the universe.' the body countryis an evocative exploration of a world that too often...
Praiseworthy

Praiseworthy

$39.95
The new novel from the internationally acclaimed, award-winning Australian author Alexis Wright.Praiseworthy is an epic set in the north of Australia, told with the richness of language and scale of...
Āria

Āria

$32.95
A first book of poetry and a Māori coming-of-age story. Where is my tongue?On display, a trophy of war.Where is my tikanga?Kept in the basement.Where is my mana?Locked in the...
The Artist

The Artist

$32.95
At first there is nothing but black sand, then something begins to grow; a gentle song emerges so bright that sound becomes sight . . . And so from 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,...
The Tears of Strangers

The Tears of Strangers

$24.99
Where do I belong? Who am I? The blood of my fathers links me to a much older place and time. I've walked in the footprints of my ancestors: I've...
Our Voices from the Heart by Patricia Anderson AO and Megan Davis

Our Voices from the Heart by Patricia Anderson AO and Megan Davis

$39.99
A behind-the-scenes book about the Uluru Statement From The Heart, from the co-chairs of the Uluru Dialogue, Professor Megan Davis and Patricia Anderson, AO. The Australian story began long before...
Te Awa O Kupu

Te Awa O Kupu

$32.99
A stunning new collection of poetry and stories by contemporary Maori writers. Over 80 contemporary Maori writers explore a vast array of issues that challenge, stimulate and intrigue. With originality...
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...
Shutter

Shutter

$29.99
Longlisted for the National Book Award This blood-chilling debut set in New Mexico's Navajo Nation is equal parts gripping crime thriller, supernatural horror, and poignant portrayal of coming of age...
Hoodie Economics

Hoodie Economics

$34.99
Changing our systems to value what mattersA re-imagining of economic systems, drawing on thinking from outside the margins.In Hoodie Economics, Jack Manning Bancroft builds a values system revolution that centres...
The Voice to Parliament Handbook

The Voice to Parliament Handbook

$16.99
All the detail you need The Voice to Parliament Handbook is an easy-to-follow guide for the millions of Australians who have expressed support for the Uluru Statement from the Heart,...
Woman of Light

Woman of Light

$22.99
There is one every generation, a seer who keeps the stories.Luz "Little Light" Lopez, a tea leaf reader and laundress, is left to fend for herself after her older brother,...
Avoiding Mr Right

Avoiding Mr Right

$22.99
A hilarious and heart-felt story of love, self-discovery and finding true happiness, from award-winning Wiradyuri author, Anita Heiss. Peta Tully thinks taking a man to Melbourne would be like taking...
Better the Blood

Better the Blood

$22.99
A DETECTIVE IN SEARCH OF THE TRUTH. A KILLER IN SEARCH OF RETRIBUTION. A CLASH BETWEEN CULTURE AND DUTY. THE PAST NEVER TRULY STAYS BURIED. WELCOME TO THE DARK SIDE...
The Boy from Boomerang Crescent

The Boy from Boomerang Crescent

$34.99
It’s a long, hard road from the Nullarbor to the MCG. How does a self-described ‘skinny Aboriginal kid’ overcome a legacy of family tragedy to become an AFL legend? One...
Manhattan Dreaming

Manhattan Dreaming

$22.99
From award-winning Wiradyuri author, Anita Heiss, comes a fun, light-hearted and empowering story featuring a deadly Koori heroine who is forced to choose between her dream job and the man...
Not Meeting Mr Right

Not Meeting Mr Right

$22.99
‘I am deadly, desirable and delicious!’ This is Alice's mantra as she hilariously negotiates her way through the rocky terrain of singledom. Alice Aigner is successful, independent and a confirmed...
Burn

Burn

$34.99
A poignant and powerful novel about a fire-obsessed Indigenous boy living on the margins — from an electrifying new First Nations voice in Australian fiction, Melanie Saward.When a tragic bushfire...
The Wonder of Little Things

The Wonder of Little Things

$27.99
A First Nations Elder shares his extraordinary story of finding kindness in the midst of prejudice, and joy in living life to the full 'Welcome to my story. It's a...
Firelight

Firelight

$32.99
A wildly imaginative, page-turning collection featuring ghost stories, science fiction and satire, with Aboriginal characters at its heart.An imprisoned man with strange visions writes letters to his sister.A controversial business...
Tangi

Tangi

$29.99
The 50th anniversary edition of this award-winning debut novel.First released 50 years ago, Tangi was Witi Ihimaera's debut novel and the first to be published by a Maori author. A...
Everything You Need to Know About the Voice

Everything You Need to Know About the Voice

$27.99
Australians will soon be faced with an important choice. Will they vote Yes to change our nation’s Constitution to introduce an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice? Or will they...
Edenglassie

Edenglassie

$32.99
Two extraordinary Indigenous stories set five generations apart.When Mulanyin meets the beautiful Nita in Edenglassie, their saltwater people still outnumber the British. As colonial unrest peaks, Mulanyin dreams of taking...
Mullumbimby

Mullumbimby

$22.99
A sharply humorous tale of romantic love and cultural warfare.When Jo Breen uses her divorce settlement to buy a neglected farm in the Byron Bay hinterland, she is hoping for...
Too Much Lip

Too Much Lip

$24.99
The unforgettable winner of the 2019 Miles Franklin Literary Award.Too much lip, her old problem from way back. And the older she got, the harder it seemed to get to...
Killing Darcy

Killing Darcy

$22.99
A gripping tale of murder and prejudice from the Miles Franklin Award-winning author of Too Much Lip.Koori teenager Darcy Mango is young, broke and on parole. His biggest problem isn't...