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  • Swimming to the Moon

    by Robert Drewe

    From a floury encounter on a baker’s work table to the art of sitting backwards on chairs, from budgie training to spontaneous human combustion, this collection showcases the non-fiction writing of one of Australia’s best-loved authors.

    These pieces encompass suburban portraits and coastal living, affectionate nostalgia and the absurdity of…Read more »

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  • Salt Story

    by Sarah Drummond

    In this warm, lively, salty account of living on and by the sea, Drummond writes of fishing and feuds, of life as an apprentice fisherwoman, and of all the fish that got away.

    Salt Story pays homage to sea-dogs, fisherwomen, oystermen and storytellers everywhere.

    Praise for the Book
    ‘Too few writers capture the essence of now: the flavour…Read more »

    Price $24.99 Add to cart

  • And then like my dreams

    by Margaret Rose Stringer

    ‘An intimate and deeply moving insight into a close and loving relationship against a backdrop of the Australian film industry.’ David Stratton

    ‘This most moving, heart-warming story of two lovers, soul mates, will touch everyone who enjoys romance in all its aspects – the laughter, the tears, true love, and loss.’ Ian Crawford

    This is the…Read more »

    Price $26.99 Add to cart

  • Never Stand Still

    John Darraga Watson is renowned for his straight talking and strong leadership in events that shaped the national struggle for Indigenous land rights. Born on Mt Anderson Station in the Kimberley region of Western Australia in the 1930s, Watson never learned to read or write, but he learned early about hard work, his law and culture and that he was…Read more »

    Price $35.00 Add to cart

  • Vu's Taste for Life

    by Norman Aisbett & Nonie Smart

    Before he became a multi-award-winning restauranteur and chef, Vu Do was an eight-year-old boy who fled Vietnam in a small wooden boat. Alone and without his parents, he and 67 others risked piracy, rough seas and starvation before landing in Malaysia for a two-year stay in a refugee camp.

    In just over fifteen years, Vu Do has made a new home in…Read more »

    Price $29.99 Add to cart

  • A Gun for a Fountain Pen

    by George Murray Levick

    There is nothing like the Antarctic for sending the schemes of mice and men all to blazes.

    George Murray Levick’s journal demonstrates the courage and endurance of the men who took part in Scott’s British Antarctic Expedition. This very personal document provides insight into the extraordinary world in which they lived and their courage in…Read more »

    Price $49.99 Add to cart

  • Penguins and Primus

    by Harry Dickason

    In summer clothes, with only eight weeks worth of provisions, six men found themselves trapped at Terra Nova Bay. These men, members of the the ill-fated British Antarctic Expedition, were forced to winter in a snow cave eating only penguin and seal meat before trekking the 230 miles back to base campRead more »

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  • Kayang & Me New Edition

    by Kim Scott & Hazel Brown

    Wilomin Noongar. What does that mean? Aunty Hazel reckons the wilo (curlew) can completely camouflage itself. It closes its eyes and just lies there, motionless. You only see it when its eyes open. So sometimes those of us who are disconnected and dispossessed only become visible when our eyes are opened to history. Acknowledging our people — wanting…Read more »

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  • When we remember they call us liars

    by Suzanne Covich

    Growing up in the 1960s in a small rural community, Suzanne Covich is the dux of her primary-school classes. But it’s what she learns at home that shapes the Ten Out of Ten Kid into the girl who won’t cry, who plays dead, whose vulnerability is disguised beneath Huck Finn bravadoRead more »

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  • The House of Fiction

    by Susan Swingler

    Susan Swingler is the step-daughter of one of Australia’s most revered writers – Elizabeth Jolley. Abandoned by her father Leonard at the age of four, Susan had no contact with the Jolley family until they found and reclaimed her at the age of twenty-one. Why they were kept apart is the subject of this startling new memoir.

    The House of FictionRead more »

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Book Launch

Acclaimed author Peter Docker is set to launch his new book Sweet One. We’d love to see you there!
When: 6pm for a 6.30pm start, Thursday 4th September
Where: New Edition Bookshop, 41 High Street, Fremantle
RSVP: admin@fremantlepress.com.au

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