The Fremantle Press Anthology of Western Australian Poetry is a comprehensive survey of the state's poets from the 19th century to today. Featuring work from 134 poets, and including the work of many WA Indigenous poets, this watershed anthology brings together the poems that have contributed to and defined the ways that Western Australians see themselves.
Barry Simmonds is a partner in a small-time law firm in Belize, a small not very rich Central American country squeezed between Guatemala and Mexico. His principal business is setting up and servicing offshore companies and bank accounts for British, Russians and whoever else wanted to hide their money or assets. Concealing the ownership of businesses and property behind opaque locally incorporated firms, for the purpose of tax avoidance, evasion...
Chulyin, shaman of the North, is on the wind of time. He flies high above man and watches with interest as the prospect of nuclear war begins. Chulyin chooses Eleanor, a scientist at an Oceanographic Institute in the United Kingdom to help him avert international disaster. Eleanor is working with a team of other scientists, all of whom are attempting to translate the language of the killer whale. The shaman makes sure that Eleanor's dreams take her...
A collection of prose, poetry, and memoir, this collaboration celebrates the profound effect environment has on our stories, assumptions, and geographical reckonings, just as it evokes childhood nostalgia and a sense of place. In a dialogue of perceptions, two of Australia's foremost authors explore a common geography and memories-both cultural and personal-as they consider the theme of "sand" from intimate, geological, and historical points of view....