Keeper of Miracles by Phillip Maisel

The Keeper of Miracles by Phillip Maisel is one of the most profound yet entirely accessible memoirs I have read this year. Maisel, himself a...
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Ferocious Animals by Luke Johnson

Ferocious Animals is meaty, raw and unabashedly honest. While each short story expertly crafted by Luke Johnson leaves you laughing or slack-jawed,...
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Growing Up Disabled in Australia edited by Carly Findlay

Growing Up Disabled in Australia is an incredible anthology that reveals much about a side of Australian society that is often overlooked by...
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The Mother Wound by Amani Haydar

I devoured this memoir in a day because the writing was just so good. The Mother Wound by Amani Haydar takes us through life before, during and after...
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All Our Shimmering Skies by Trent Dalton

Molly Hook, the gravedigger girl, lives with her alcoholic father and uncle, in Darwin, in a dark and emotionally destructive home.  Her mother ha...
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Sad Mum Lady by Ashe Davenport

In her first book, Sad Mum Lady, author, mother and blogger Ashe Davenport chronicles her struggles with pregnancy, motherhood, and pre- and...
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