A secret. A murder. And a mangy old hen that cock-a-doodles in the morning and sets tongues wagging. "The Trouble with Harry," by multi-award winning playwright Lachlan Philpott, rips back the curtains on the case of Eugenia Falleni, the notorious 'Man-Woman' murderer of 1920s Sydney.
Potato queens are a special breed of Asian males who will only date Caucasian men. Is it because of what we all think it is or is there more than meets the eye?
This book exposes the potato queen's secrets and obsessions, the salacious love affairs ... read more
For forty years, until the day he died, Ivan Turgenev, one of the greatest novelists of Russia’s Golden Age, was passionately devoted to the diva Pauline Viardot. He followed her and her husband around Europe, even living with them amicably at times as part of thei... read more
U Picky Poof is a Choose-Your-Own-Adventure style book for the sexually active and imaginative gay man! By turns funny and tawdry, playful and passionate, horny and romantic, but always searingly honest, this is a very adult book that works as both an emotionally truthful novel as well as a filthy pie... read more
Min Lee is a workaholic who can’t say no. She substitutes sleep with Red Bull and, through a combination of repression and bad habits, has managed to score herself a luxury apartment, a fabulous boyfriend and the approval of her billionaire CEO. Things are look... read more
|Author:||Fiona Poulton, Lucy Bracey, Katherine|
HIV & AIDS Studies
Two women, from different continents, with different values, collide with spectacular results. American Lee Paynter has built her small travel agency into an international tour company. Brash, openly lesbian, her great love is her business. Alexandra Findl... read more
Ruby tells Mark she wants a divorce. It'll be a fake separation, a protest against marriage inequality. As soon as her sister Peta can marry her girlfriend, BJ, they'll get married again. 'Will we still be able to see each other?' asks Mark. 'Only in secret,' Ruby says. And so, in a mixture of chaos, ... read more
The first in-depth study of female same-sex desire in twentieth-century Australia, this book explores the compelling stories of ordinary women who struggled to build lives and express their love for other women in a hostile society. Focusing on Sydney and count... read more
|Author:||Pat Dudgeon (Editor); Jeannie Herbert (Editor); Jill Milroy (Editor); Darlene Oxenham (Editor)|
An exemplar of Indigenous Studies writing, epistemologically, theoretically and methodologically A collection of writings on women and Aboriginal identity from 14 senior Indigenous academics and community leaders. The collection engages with questions such as: What m... read more
Exploring body and place in ways that are expansive, intimate and playful, Viva the Realcelebrates resilience and continuity in everyday life. Jones' poems offer us a strong, vital voice, charged with her effortlessly rhythmic and resonant lyricism. This collection is both haunted and visceral, and will resonate long after reading.