Masterpiece, exquisite, compelling, rare, classic, perfect, tender, piercing, humorous, uplifting… these are just some of the words that have been used to try and describe Lenny’s Book of Everything.
Last week we shared some of the incredible responses we’ve received from children for the book, and while it is written for those aged 10 and up, Karen Foxlee’s book is having a profound effect on adult readers too.… Read the rest
Out in November, Lenny’s Book of Everything by Karen Foxlee is one of our most anticipated books of the year. There’s a huge amount of in-house love for this heartbreakingly beautiful book, and early readers are also falling for the charms of Lenny and Davey.… Read the rest
Does the current state of Australian politics drive you to utter despair? Join the club. But thankfully, we have the antidote!
With the utter stupefying shambles that is Australian politics, it seems like things can’t get much worse, right?… Read the rest
With just a week until we publish Chris Hammer’s powerful new thriller Scrublands, find out what all the buzz is about as Chris introduces the book, while fellow crime authors Sarah Bailey, Dervla McTiernan, Mark Brandi and Michael Brissenden share their reviews.… Read the rest
In August we’re thrilled to publishing Scrublands, the stunning debut novel from Chris Hammer. Set in a fictional Riverina town at the height of a devastating drought, Scrublands is one of the most powerful and original crime novels for years.… Read the rest
In less than a week one of our most anticipated books of the year is published – Jenny Ackland’s Little Gods and young protagonist Olive Lovelock have captured the hearts of our staff, so read their thoughts on this remarkable novel and find out how to win a copy for yourself.… Read the rest
For International Women’s Day and the Press for Progress theme, our authors are writing about movement towards gender parity. Here Eleanor Limprecht looks back at what’s come before, with the challenges and opportunities faced by women during the war.… Read the rest
For International Women’s Day our authors are writing about movement towards gender parity, and we invited celebrated Aboriginal writer, illustrator and law academic Ambelin Kwaymullina, who comes from the Palyku people of the Pilbara region of Western Australia, to contribute an Indigenous point of view.… Read the rest