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Celebrating Australian Writing By Annette Marfording
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It’s time. Time to bury the cultural cringe, time to celebrate Australian writing, and time to discover Australian writers. These in-depth conversations with contemporary Australian authors... More > delve into their body of work, central themes, strengths, writing methods and what they perceive as central tips for aspiring writers.< Less
Skeptical Blog Anthology By Kylie Sturgess & for the Young Australian Skeptics
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This book is a collection of reader-nominated blog posts, representing the best of a new wave of online skepticism. Collected over a year, it features a plethora of posts on topics ranging from the... More > vaccination debate, paranormal claims, the ongoing creep of creationism into politics and education, conspiracy theories, homeopathy, outreach, all kinds of alternative medicine and even attempts to tackle the question “What is skepticism?” The Skeptical Blog anthology features essays by: Dr Phillip Plait, Barbara Drescher, Dr Karen Stollznow, Sharon Hill, Dr Petra Boynton, Brian Thompson, Yau-Man Chan, Dr Chris French, Jack Scanlan, Laurie Tarr, Dr Amy Tuteur, Daniel Loxton, Jake Dickerman, Lisa Bauer, Desiree Schell, Michael Marshall, Andy Lewis, the Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe’s Evan Bernstein, Robert T Carroll and many others. Edited by Kylie Sturgess, in association with the Young Australian Skeptics.< Less
Skeptical Blog Anthology By Kylie Sturgess & for the Young Australian Skeptics
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SECOND EDITION… now with larger print! This book is a collection of reader-nominated blog posts, representing the best of a new wave of online skepticism. Collected over a year, it features a... More > plethora of posts on topics ranging from the vaccination debate, paranormal claims, the ongoing creep of creationism into politics and education, conspiracy theories, homeopathy, outreach, all kinds of alternative medicine and even attempts to tackle the question “What is skepticism?” The Skeptical Blog anthology features essays by: Dr Phillip Plait, Barbara Drescher, Dr Karen Stollznow, Sharon Hill, Dr Petra Boynton, Brian Thompson, Yau-Man Chan, Dr Chris French, Jack Scanlan, Laurie Tarr, Dr Amy Tuteur, Daniel Loxton, Jake Dickerman, Lisa Bauer, Desiree Schell, Michael Marshall, Andy Lewis, the Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe’s Evan Bernstein, Robert T Carroll and many others. Edited by Kylie Sturgess, in association with the Young Australian Skeptics.< Less
An Essay for Permaculture's People: in addendum to An Exorcist's Paradigm By anonymous Australian indigenous Christian author
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An essay, a few poems, and an oddly assorted set of other writing, all working within the emphasis of enabling us to regard the potential for global warming to have been caused by the excessive... More > criminalization of humanity. Specifically, as with the first volume of An Exorcist's Paradigm, this work points to an economic over reliance upon finding addicts at fault for economic failures, (as well as for the successes of corrupt economies) as the base line fault, we normally avoid stating since it is already so overstated in the collective human subconsciousness. This work stirs up some of the muck of what the problems we all face have been, and points to Aboriginal Australian culture as having sustainable solutions. The solutions are not overtly stated, because I believe that solutions work better when each individual need seek and claim a solution within their own life story, and from within their own internal mind. However problems are certainly exposed as issues which need be collectively prevented.< Less
An Essay for Permaculture's People: in addendum to An Exorcist's Paradigm By anonymous Australian indigenous Christian author
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This book is a kind of wrapping up of a few distinct pieces of writing, that all fell in together, after not finding their way into the original volume of "An Exorcist's Paradigm". The... More > topic of alleviating opium dependencies is still a thread through the whole, yet the prose content of this work is more consolidated in addressing that issue as a myriad of other related issues. This work especially addresses the matters of the origin of gift giving economics, and how reafforestation will truly be enabled. It is one matter to identify that the problem was connected to economic reliance upon addicts sourcing faults that untoward economic interests was being blamed upon, but another matter altogether to find solutions in which a viable economy will be sustained. I do not intend to prove what the solution will be, as much as stir the muck further, of what the issues were that have caused that the potential for climate change, ever became a problem.< Less
Self-Publishing: A Guide for Australians and New Zealanders By Alicia Dawn
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Have you ever wanted to publish your own book? It’s possible to create your own paperback, hardcover or ebook with no expensive set-up costs and no technical experience. Your book can be... More > published from your home or office, yet still be available for global sale and distribution if you wish. With simple explanations and step-by-step instructions, this guide will lead non-US writers to achieve the ultimate goal of being self-published. Whether you want to make a humble family memoir, an internationally-sold novel, or anything in between, this is the perfect starting point for your writing journey. If you have a budding writer in the family, you could even help your child to publish his or her work. Let the adventure begin! Includes • Checklists / summaries at the end of chapters • No unexplained jargon; instructions are easy to understand • Tips for marketing and advertising< Less
Friendly Street Poets: Censoring Australian Poetry By Robert Cettl
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Friendly Street is Adelaide’s premier poetry group. In existence for some 30 years now it boasts in the introduction to its latest anthology, Rewired, that it is also the longest running... More > “uncensored” poetry group in Australia. Funded by grants from ArtsSA, Friendly Street represents the literary establishment in South Australia and the state of the art of South Australian poetry. Their constitution proudly announces their intention as “to foster, promote and encourage the reading, writing, reciting and publication of poetry.” Yet, as will be demonstrated in this case study, its systematic persecution and overt censorship of one poet in 2007-8 reveals conclusively that despite its lofty constitutional ideals, Friendly Street is in practice a wowserist organization prepared to do anything possible to ruin the literary reputation of a poet whose radical work defies and offends them apparently to their very core.< Less
Born To Write By J.M. Preston
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John Preston's writing style is one that leaves a trail of Emotion, he has an uncanny knack of being able to Draw the reader into his very thoughts. It is an intense Style of writing that is fresh... More > and invigorating, John's Poems can carry you to another place, sometimes happy, Sometimes sad but always entertaining. He draws his Inspirations from circumstances, life and his perception Of the world. I hope you enjoy reading john's Poetry as much as I Have. His books are a pleasure to own and Memorable to read. Shayne Medcalf< Less
The Writing Class By Maddox Kent
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Jack hates Americans, Chick-Lit and being lied to. Amy hates Englishmen, literary snobs and rain. It's pretty obvious what's going to happen: all the rules of popular romance say they have to fall in... More > love. But what if you're the one who wrote those rules? And what if you don't believe in them any more? Throw in a motley group of wannabe writers, an omniscient Australian, several imaginary Muses, an ASBO princess, birds with arms and the unbridled power of karaoke, and all bets are off. You've never seen romance go this wrong...< Less
Writing Vignettes On A Gumleaf By Dianthe Bells
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Natty Old Australian Book Titles to Pump Your Thoughts. These Colonial, and most original book titles are yours to keep. Think of the short stories you could load up with these. Got your quill ready?... More > Got the billy boiling for bush tea? Got your damper spread with cocky’s joy? Got yourself on a three-legged stool? Let's write for cash!< Less

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