The Politics of the Common Good
August 2019
'The Earth is a Common Treasury', proclaimed the English Revolutionaries in the 1640s. Does the principle of the commons offer us ways to respond now to the increasingly destructive effects of neoliberalism?
The Joy of High Places
August 2019
Longlisted for the 2020 Mark & Evette Moran Nib Literary Award
Banging Denmark
August 2019
Shortlisted for the 2020 NSW Premier's Literary Awards  Nick Enright Prize for Playwriting
The 13-Storey Treehouse
Adapted by Richard Tulloch, original author Andy Griffiths, Terry Denton
August 2019
Adapted from Andy Griffiths' and Terry Denton's phenomenally successful Treehouse book series, Richard Tulloch's play —  The 13-Storey Treehouse  — is action-packed, full of laughs…with a see-through swimming pool, a tank full of man-eating sharks and a lemonade fountain!
The Crow Eaters
August 2019
'Ben Stubbs uncovers the sheer delight and surprise of discovering what's in your own backyard.' — Bob Byrne, author of  Adelaide Remember When  and  Australia Remember When
Refugee Rights and Policy Wrongs
July 2019
Everyone has the right to seek asylum under international law. However, successive governments in Australia have declared the need to 'stop the boats' whatever the cost, be it human, economic, moral or legal.
Bedlam at Botany Bay
June 2019
*Winner of the Australian History Prize in the NSW Premier's History Awards 2020*
June 2019
The web was supposed to transform our world. So why are things so messed up?
The Snowy
May 2019
The Snowy: A History tells the extraordinary story of the mostly migrant workforce who built one of the world's engineering marvels.
Stop Being Reasonable
May 2019
SHORTLISTED for Australian Book Design Awards 2020  Best Designed Autobiography/Biography/Memoir Nonfiction Cover
May 2019
Wild, passionate and ultimately tragic: the love story of Australia's famous literary couple, Charmian Clift and George Johnston, plays out on the idyllic Greek island of Hydra in the 1950s in this reimagining from award-winning playwright Sue Smith.
World War Noir
April 2019
World War Noir  is an exposition of the old truth that war and crime — and sex, drugs and popular music — go hand in hand.
Australia's Vietnam
April 2019
**2019 Nib Military History Prize Finalist ** 'This book should be read by anyone interested in the way myths become accepted as history.' — Peter Edwards, author of  Australia and the Vietnam War
Dr Space Junk vs The Universe
April 2019
Shortlisted for the 2020 NSW Premier's Literary Awards  Douglas Stewart Prize for Non-fiction
Hugh Dolan, illustrated by Dave Dye
March 2019
This graphic book brings to life the struggles of daily life on the goldfields and the powerful events of the Eureka stockade.
The Seventies
March 2019
WINNER of the 2020 Ernest Scott Prize for History Shortlisted for the 2020 NSW Premier's Literary Awards  Douglas Stewart Prize for Non-fiction
Paper Emperors
March 2019
*WINNER of the 2020 Colin Roderick Award* *Longlisted for the 2020 Stella Prize*
The Thinking Woman
March 2019
WINNER of the Australian Book Design Awards 2020  Best Designed Autobiography/Biography/Memoir Nonfiction Cover
Capturing Nature
February 2019
Trade Illustration Selection in the 2020 AUPresses Book, Jacket, and Journal Show
The Australian Students' Guide to Writing and Grammar
February 2019
Age range 12+ Do you ever think about the structure and arrangement of what you say and write? And why it's said and written like that and not some other how?
Hand & Mind
December 2018
In Hand & Mind Through dialogues, interviews, creative reflections and essays, Hand & Mind brings together projects and critical writing to provide a fascinating insight into the study of architecture.
Australia Remember This Too!
December 2018
'Enjoy hours reminiscing on Christmas Day about the Coles Cafeteria, Mello Yello yo-yos, Professor Julius Sumner Miller, Nintendo's original handheld Game & Watch and Singer sewing machines. A terrific time capsule.' — The Herald Sun
December 2018
'For my first ten years I grew up in Lavender Bay with the smell of salt water, in houses facing the grey curved eye of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. There was a distant rumble, like thunder, when trains went across.'
Bruce Rickard
Edited by Julie Cracknell, Peter Lonergan, Sam Rickard
December 2018
Bruce Rickard was one of the most significant Australian architects of the twentieth century. A key member of the Sydney School, his practice spanned 60 years and he produced some of the most notable and recognisable houses of the period.
Yes Yes Yes
November 2018
A compelling, moving account of the long journey to marriage equality in Australia.
For Valour
November 2018
**2019 Nib Military History Prize Finalist** For Valour
Honeysuckle Creek
November 2018
Honeysuckle Creek reveals the pivotal role that the tracking station at Honeysuckle Creek, near Canberra, played in the first moon landing. Andrew Tink gives a gripping account of the role of its director Tom Reid and his colleagues in transmitting some of the most-watched images in human history as Neil Armstrong took his first step.
A New History of the Irish in Australia
November 2018
Shortlisted for the Queensland Literary Awards 2019: History
The Women's Atlas
November 2018
'This is not just an atlas about women. It's a feminist remapping of the world.'
The Best Australian Science Writing 2018

Edited by John Pickrell

November 2018
'For the general reader, there are few better ways to get the backstory to the latest developments and controversies in science than through this annual collection of essays (and poems).' — Fiona Capp, Sydney Morning Herald
Back from the Brink, 1997-2001
Edited by Tom Frame
November 2018
The years 1997–2001 were eventful ones for the Howard Government. This second volume of the Howard Government series explores these tumultuous years.
The Getting of Garlic
October 2018
Diving for Seahorses
October 2018
What makes us remember? Why do we forget? And what, exactly, is a memory?
Misfits & Me
October 2018
'I fell in love with my first misfit at the age of three. He was a disabled man in a wheelchair who sold newspapers every afternoon outside the Empire Hotel in Annandale. Whenever I glimpsed him in the distance I would break into a run, jump onto his lap, and smother him with kisses.'
October 2018
A cheeky, progressive adult alphabet book that celebrates and illuminates LGBTQIA+ terminology.
The Western Front Diaries of Charles Bean
Edited by Peter Burness
October 2018