A joyful book about the necessity of celebrating life in the face of death.
‘A beautiful, brave, inspiring work. Required reading for anyone who plans to die.’ – Mary Roach, New York Times bestselling author of Stiff
WE’RE ALL GOING TO DIE is an engaging, compassionate and compelling book about death – or more specifically, about how, by facing and accepting our coming death, we can all learn to live in a more vital, fearless and truthful way.
A fundraiser for our wildlife, from land, sea and sky. Proceeds go to the Australian Marine Conservation Society and Australian Wildlife Conservancy.
Animals Make Us Human is a response to the devastating 2019-2020 bushfires. This stunning collection features many of Australia’s finest writers and photographers (full disclosure: I am in it). Essays of hope and love for nature, this is the perfect Christmas gift. Proceeds will help wildlife conservation.
FAVEL PARRETT, THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, BOOKS OF THE YEAR
The Pen and the Stethoscope is a unique collection of fiction and non-fiction by doctor – writers that gives us a fascinating look behind the doctor’s mask and gets inside the minds of those who deal with enormous existential issues and traumatic situations on a daily basis.
A fierce book, intense with craft. This doctor-poet can really stitch words together: tight, unadorned and razor sharp tailored to fit brilliantly. – Dr Robyn Rowland, Australian Poetry Centre
This is fluent, well crafted poetry but it is not always comfortable as Leah Kaminsky takes us on a journey with her father fleeing from Poland to escape the holocaust, then as a doctor struggling to keep her commitment to her patients, and finally to Haifa, raising children under constant danger from rockets and suicide bombers.