Current Projects

Bob Hawke: The Complete Biography By Blanche d’Alpuget

Bob Hawke: The Complete Biography brings together d’Alpuget’s previous best-selling biographies with extensive new content and perspective. The first part Hawke: The Early Years remains untouched, Hawke: The Prime Minister has been extensively revised and updated and this commemorative hardback edition includes an entirely new section Part III: At Large about Hawke’s later life through to his death.

Art Gallery of NSW – Japan Supernatural

Centred on a monumental installation of painting and sculpture by Takashi Murakami, the exhibition features some of the greatest Japanese artists of the past, including Katsushika Hokusai, Utagawa Kuniyoshi and Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, alongside contemporary artists such as Chiho Aoshima, Fuyuko Matsui and Miwa Yanagi, who continue the compelling creative lineage of visualising the unseen.

The Accidental Tour Guide by Mary Moody

In the tradition of Eat Pray Love and Salvation Creek, The Accidental Tour Guide is the powerful new memoir from a woman who has openly and honestly pushed the boundaries on all that life has to offer. The Accidental Tour Guide is the latest instalment in Mary Moody’s inspirational journey to find her place in the world after the heartbreaking loss of her husband of 42 years to cancer. With her trademark determination, Mary carves out a new life for herself as a single older woman who inspires others to follow their dreams.

Art Gallery of NSW – Archibald Prize

The Archibald Prize is awarded annually to the best portrait, ‘preferentially of some man or woman distinguished in art, letters, science or politics, painted by any artist resident in Australasia’.

Cleo & Rob by Helen Brown

Days after Sam chose his kitten, he was hit by a car and killed. Totally traumatised, Helen completely forgot all about the kitten until a little black bundle of fur was delivered to her doorstep. Helen was ready to send the kitten back but her other son Rob asked if he could keep her. Cleo provided much needed respite from the grief that engulfed them all and Rob and the family discovered that, even in the toughest of times, laughter and wonder can still happen.     


Landcare Week (Sep 2 – 8) where every year thousands of Australians from all walks of life come together to recognise and celebrate the tireless efforts and commitment of farmers, land managers, Landcare facilitators, and Landcare groups and volunteers who help protect and rehabilitate the natural environments of this great land we call home.

Church of the open sky by Nat Young

Church of the Open Sky by legendary surfer Nat Young delves into the world of surfing, how and why it becomes cult-like and the many characters involved .

Paris Savages by Katherine Johnson 

Paris Savages, the latest work from award winning Australian writer Katherine Johnson, shines the light on an incredible yet relatively unknown slice of Australia’s history. In 1882 three Badtjala people from Fraser Island travelled to the heart of Europe, with German Engineer Louis Müller, to participate and be exhibited in ‘human zoos’, framed as scientific curiosities.