"My first reaction when I opened the new volume about Bangarra Dance Theatre, Clan, was surprise at the sheer beauty of what I saw. Clan is certainly one for your holiday gift lists, but it is also for the ages.  It is a book to be dreamed over and savored.  It has the uncanny ability to call up in my imagination single images and whole sequences of movement from performances I have seen over the years.  It offers an evening of dance with Bangarra any time you want one." Aboriginal Art…

"My first reaction when I opened the new volume about Bangarra Dance Theatre, Clan, was surprise at the sheer beauty of what I saw. Clan is certainly one for your holiday gift lists, but it is also for the ages. It is a book to be dreamed over and savored. It has the uncanny ability to call up in my imagination single images and whole sequences of movement from performances I have seen over the years. It offers an evening of dance with Bangarra any time you want one." Aboriginal Art…

Who will win? Mr Joko or Mr Prabowo?

Who will win? Mr Joko or Mr Prabowo?

Guantanamo Diary-Read May 2015, absolutely loved it! There are a lot of blacked out pieces due to confidentiality, but the overall story was interesting.

A 'Guantanamo Diary' From A Prisoner Still On The Inside

Guantanamo Diary-Read May 2015, absolutely loved it! There are a lot of blacked out pieces due to confidentiality, but the overall story was interesting.

"In Six Capitals, Jane Gleeson-White puts before the reader an extraordinary proposition: that accountants will transform the capitalist world. Six Capitals has captured the extraordinary nature of the soul-searching now taking place in some parts of the corporate world. The depth and global scope of this book gives much to fuel discussion and debate, and it should be read by anyone who wants to understand and support the transformation of the way the world does business"

"In Six Capitals, Jane Gleeson-White puts before the reader an extraordinary proposition: that accountants will transform the capitalist world. Six Capitals has captured the extraordinary nature of the soul-searching now taking place in some parts of the corporate world. The depth and global scope of this book gives much to fuel discussion and debate, and it should be read by anyone who wants to understand and support the transformation of the way the world does business"

We Are Here, Cat Thao Nguyen (Allen & Unwin), shortlisted for the Multicultural NSW Award. NSW Premier's Literary Awards, 2016. State Library of New South Wales copy. http://library.sl.nsw.gov.au/record=b4193081~S2

We Are Here, Cat Thao Nguyen (Allen & Unwin), shortlisted for the Multicultural NSW Award. NSW Premier's Literary Awards, 2016. State Library of New South Wales copy. http://library.sl.nsw.gov.au/record=b4193081~S2

"I opened the book thinking I’d read an autobiography of a great composer. Instead, I found a deeply introspective story of a man whose work has grown out of a desire to understand life. The story itself is compelling & would probably have been so even if the book weren’t so well-written. The prose is beautiful to read—both simple & powerful. Glass’ recounts are more than just memoir. Glass fans will love it of course, however, it is a book for all readers."

"I opened the book thinking I’d read an autobiography of a great composer. Instead, I found a deeply introspective story of a man whose work has grown out of a desire to understand life. The story itself is compelling & would probably have been so even if the book weren’t so well-written. The prose is beautiful to read—both simple & powerful. Glass’ recounts are more than just memoir. Glass fans will love it of course, however, it is a book for all readers."

"This is a book that is delightfully vulgar, bravely contrary, openly critical of media, government (especially the current one), the news, television in general, new age clap trap, and pretty much everything else. It might not make you feel smarter, but it will open your eyes a bit and if it makes you more critical, more discerning, and less gullible, it will have been worth the time spent. If not, it’s a lot of fun, and still worth it. You’re worth it."

"This is a book that is delightfully vulgar, bravely contrary, openly critical of media, government (especially the current one), the news, television in general, new age clap trap, and pretty much everything else. It might not make you feel smarter, but it will open your eyes a bit and if it makes you more critical, more discerning, and less gullible, it will have been worth the time spent. If not, it’s a lot of fun, and still worth it. You’re worth it."

Review: Is This My Beautiful Life? by Jessica Rowe | book'd out

Review: Is This My Beautiful Life? by Jessica Rowe

Meet Author Freda Marnie Nicholls in Orange, New South Wales, Australia

Meet Author Freda Marnie Nicholls in Orange, New South Wales, Australia

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