Australian books to get excited about in the first half of 2020

Here is a round-up previewing some most exciting local releases for the first half of 2020! Please note, this list is incomplete, but we do hope it reflects the wide array of titles on offer for the year.


FICTION



DEBUT FICTION



CRIME FICTION & TRUE CRIME



NON-FICTION



BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR



POETRY


  • Towards the End by Ali Alizadeh (February)
  • Of Memory and Furniture by Bron Bateman (February)
  • A Kinder Sea by Felicity Plunkett (February)
  • Harbour by Kate Llewellyn (February)
  • Turbulence by Thuy On (March)
  • Family Trees by Michael Farrell (March)
  • Labour and Other Poems by Astrid Lorange (March)
  • Late Murrumbidgee Poems by John Mukky Burke (March)
  • Entries by Prithvi Varatharajan (March)
  • Fire Front edited by Alison Whittaker (April)
  • Homer Street by Laurie Duggan (April)
  • Dead Bolt by Ella Jeffery (April)
  • The Lactic Acid in the Calves of Your Despair by Ali Whitelock (April)
  • Ask Me About the Future by Rebecca Jessen (April)
  • Throat by Ellen van Neerven (May)
  • Homeland Calling edited by Ellen Van Neerven (May)
  • New and Selected Poems by J.S. Harry (May)
  • The Thorn by Todd Turner (June)

COOKBOOKS



PICTURE BOOKS



JUNIOR & MIDDLE FICTION



YOUNG ADULT



We’ll be publishing a similar list for the second half of the year in June, so stay tuned…

Growing Up Disabled in Australia

Growing Up Disabled in Australia

Carly Findlay

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