Our top 10 bestsellers of the week

  1. Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe
  2. Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save the World by Tyson Yunkaporta
  3. Salt: Selected Stories and Essays by Bruce Pascoe
  4. About a Girl by Rebekah Robertson
  5. Jack Charles: Born-again Blakfella by Jack Charles
  6. Three Women by Lisa Taddeo
  7. On the Other Side of Freedom by DeRay Mckesson
  8. Women, Equality, Power by Helen Clark
  9. Too Much Lip by Melissa Lucashenko
  10. White Tears/Brown Scars by Ruby Hamad

Last Wednesday was Indigenous Literacy Day and we were thrilled to see so many of our customers snapping up books from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island writers, several of which have appeared on our bestsellers list for the week. This includes non-fiction from Bruce Pascoe (Dark Emu, Salt) and Tyson Yunkaporta (Sand Talk), a memoir from actor Jack Charles, and Melissa Lucashenko’s Miles Franklin Award-winning novel, Too Much Lip.

We’re also pleased to see some titles from Melbourne Writers Festival guests listed here, including On the Other Side of Freedom from civil rights activist DeRay Mckesson, Women, Equality, Power from former Prime Minister of New Zealand Helen Clark and White Tears/Brown Scars from journalist Ruby Hamad.

Dark Emu (New Edition)

Dark Emu (New Edition)

Bruce Pascoe

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