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Sacha Jones in The Spinoff

Sacha Jones Author of The Grass Was Always Browner http://thespinoff.co.nz/books/24-04-2017/the-monday-extract-the-ballerina-who-was-hospitalised-with-anorexia/ ...Read More

Finch Memoir Prize Winner 2017 – Congratulations Anne Tonner

Winner is Announced! Finch Publishing is pleased to announce the winner and the shortlisted manuscripts for the 2017 Finch Memoir Prize. The prize is an annual award for memoir or life writing and has been running since 2010. The winner receives $5000 in prize money and publication. The prize is ...Read More

Features

Anne Tonner winner of 2017 Finch Memoir Prize has a chat with Samantha Miles and Sarah Blundell from Finch

Congratulations to our winner Anne Tonner, find out a little about her writing process and what lead her to write Cold Vein. Coming May 2017 ...Read More

Book of the Month May 2016: The Grass Was Always Browner

Trans-Tasman author Sacha Jones loves the wry quirkiness that is distinct to Australian humour. She has used it liberally throughout her memoir recounting her adolescence in Frenchs Forest, Sydney, when all she wanted was to be Russian and a ballerina, not a regular girl in an ordinary boring suburb with ...Read More

Blog

Talking Baby receives another outstanding review

Talking Baby receives another outstanding review "In this puddle-jumper from down under, child language development lecturer ­Maclagan and speech-language therapist Buckley set forth a just-technical-enough look at how children acquire language and how to best support its development. Beginning with infancy, the authors encourage parents to talk, talk, talk, about ...Read More

James M Miller Author of the Priests – comments following a Newcastle Herald Report

James M Miller Author of The Priests Comments on Newcastle Herald Report... My book, The Priests, has just been mentioned in dispatches from the Royal Commission, regarding testimony by international canon law expert, Fr Tom Doyle (USA). It is reported in the Newcastle Herald by that legendary journalist and my friend, ...Read More