Australian books to get excited about in the first half of 2019

Here is a round-up previewing some of the most exciting local releases for the first half of 2019!


FICTION



DEBUT FICTION


  • Fusion by Kate Richards (February)
  • Heart of the Grass Tree by Molly Murn (February)
  • Driving into the Sun by Marcella Polain (February)

  • The Van Apfel Girls Are Gone by Felicity McLean (April)

  • The Shining Wall by Melissa Ferguson (April)

  • The Artist’s Portrait by Julie Keys (April)

  • Master of My Fate by Sienna Brown (May)

  • Crossings by Alex Landragin (June)

  • This Taste for Silence by Amanda O'Callaghan (June)

  • Little Stones by Elizabeth Kuiper (June)

  • Hitch by Kathryn Hind (June)

  • Real Differences by S.L. Lim (June)

  • The Subjects by Sarah Hopkins

  • A Constant Hum by Alice Bishop (July)


CRIME FICTION



NON-FICTION



BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR



TRUE CRIME



HISTORY AND POLITICS



POETRY


  • Green Shadows and Other Poems by Gerald Murnane (February)
  • Autobiochemistry by Tricia Dearborn (February)
  • Crow College by Emma Lew (March)
  • Apparently by Joanne Burns (April)
  • The Lost Arabs by Omar Sakr (May)
  • Sergius Seeks Bacchus by Norman Erikson Pasaribu (May)
  • Kindred by Kirli Saunders (May)
  • Empirical by Lisa Gorton (June)
  • God is Waiting in the World’s Yard by MTC Cronin (June)
  • Fish Song by Caitlin Maling (June)
  • The Future Keepers by Nandi Chinna (June)

COOKBOOKS


  • Whole by Harriet Birrell (February)
  • Weekend BBQ by Ross Dobson (March)
  • Margaret Fulton’s Baking Classics by Margaret Fulton (April)

PICTURE BOOKS



JUNIOR & MIDDLE FICTION



YOUNG ADULT



Look out for our second-half of 2019 preview of Australian releases on our blog in June.

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