A Girl with a Book is an honest response to the story of Malala Yousafzai, who was shot by the Taliban. This play has been produced in Germany and the United Kingdom and raises serious questions about the West's complex relationship and attitudes towards the Mus... read more
This collection of Paul Kane's poetry, written after the death of Tina, his wife of thirty-six years, takes the reader through the deep process of grieving-in all its ebb and flow of emotion, its harrowing sorrow and sense of despair-to further stages of acceptance... read more
Gemma Troy spent her childhood hunting for gold with her father, camping in fern gullies, and collecting keepsakes from the outdoors. Pebbles, nests, shells, seed pods, plants, bones, feathers - if it's beautiful, portable, and can be spared by the earth, Gemma takes it home a... read more
An essential sourcebook for putting on a community play. Appeals to local community groups, youth theaters, students, and amateur players wanting to stage a play, and enables members of the public with no prior knowledge to learn how to put on a community theater show.
The publication of Clive James's Sentenced to Life was a major literary event. Facing the end, James looked back over his life with a clear-eyed and unflinching honesty to produce his finest work: poems of extraordinary power that spoke to our most elemental human emotions. Injury ... read more
Kyoto Momiji Tanka is a stunning collection of poems and photographs celebrating the ancient capital of Japan, Kyoto, during autumn, when the maples (momiji) vividly colour the natural, cultural and emotional terrains of the Japanese.The photographs and poems (written in a trad... read more
From the beloved author of Whiskey, Words, and a Shovel comes the first volume in an all new series.
r.h. Sin returns with a force in Planting Gardens in Graves: a powerful collection of poetry that hones in on the themes dearest to his readers. Th... read more
Some people are so broken they can only cut us. With poetic dexterity, Aurealis Award finalist Kathryn Gossow interweaves eight short stories of longing and alienation featuring outcasts and the misunderstood. From a homeless storyteller to a gardening soothsayer, to a copy editor w... read more
'One of the most important and influential writers of our time' Sunday Times
Clive James has been close to death for several years, and he has written about the experience in a series of deeply moving poems. In Sentenced to Life, he was clear-sighted as he faced the ... read more
Poetry & Plays
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What is a math teacher's favorite dessert? Pi Kids will love making their classmates and teachers laugh (or roll their eyes) with these humorous jokes about school.