Let's hear it for the Australian women who have shaped our history and are expanding our future!
The riveting autobiography from Australia’s inimitable Geoffrey Robertson. Funny, personal, and bringing Robertson's fascinating and colourful career up to date following The Justice Game.
A well-priced edition of one of the greatest twentieth century novels, with a striking new jacket and an introduction by Charlotte Wood
Why are some people and organisations more inventive, pioneering and successful than others?And why are they able to repeat their success again and again?
Corruption, dirty politics and murder in Russia - told by one of Putin's Most Wanted.
Based on a true story from her childhood, and her inspirational life, Malala Yousafzai's first picture book will inspire young readers everywhere to find the magic all around them.
A letter to his daughter by the #1 bestselling world-renowned economist using vivid, universally accessible stories to explain what economics is and why it is so dangerous
A fascinating and dramatic investigation into the events that led to Winston Churchill becoming Prime Minister against the odds
It is a story of astonishing endurance - both physical and mental - which has already inspired people all around the world.
An amalgam of political resistance and self-help
A former congressional staffer and Capitol Hill veteran recounts the colourful history of presidential advisers, showing how influential these unelected appointees have been.
Why do some middle powers adopt a regional security strategy that is more functional in nature while others seem to rely on a more normative one?
These are the last adult witnesses — in their own words.
An examination of a world increasingly defined by disorder and a United States unable to shape the world in its image, from the president of the Council on Foreign Relations.
In a time where the fight for social justice can feel overwhelming, Gordon Whitman empowers readers to stand up with a purpose-driven mindset and effective strategy.
To all scribblers, daubers and assorted eggheads—a society’s real treasures.
A passionate portrayal of Australia’s social awakening — the people, the politics, and the power of the student press.
From birds, to love letters, imagined apologies, mind-numbing management-speak, Oscar Wilde, Anzac Day, strange people and racehorses, in this collection of his writing Don Watson brings his distinctive voice and way of seeing to a host of deserving subjects.