Australia is still a relatively new nation and principles that existed in the beginning, such as workers’ rights and conditions, are still very important. However they have changed and will continue to, particularly considering the current world economic environment. Such an important concept of the worker in Australia’s future is an important one and is not only intriguing but also appropriate to consider.
Reviewed by Kate Smith
Having absolutely loved Scary Kisses, I approached More Scary Kisses with both anticipation and apprehension. Scary Kisses was such a wonderful combination of stories, such a different take on the world, snapshots of lives from a different perspective. Hence my apprehension. However I was assured by a friend that More Scary Kisses would not let me down. That friend was absolutely correct.
Review by Liz Grzyb
Belong, an anthology of stories exploring the idea of home, belonging and immigration, covers a lot of ground. There are twenty three stories here, and with subjects ranging from zombies, magic, space travel and alternative looks at Australia, there is something for everyone.
Happy new year!
Sorry for the delayed update.
Now we’re looking at the 2009/2010 publishing schedule, and there should be some exciting news soon. But to start…
LOVE IN VAIN – LEWIS SHINER
We will shortly have some exciting announcements to make on this, but I can confirm that we have a publication date: 25 March 2009. Many thanks to those patient pre-orders.
SALE ON TITLES
We are presently offering 20% selected Ticonderoga titles, until 23 January. Now is a good time to grab a bargain — you can even pre-order LOVE IN VAIN at the discounted price.
It is still the Ticonderoga Publications store. We’re in the process of expanding and rebranding, and right now it’s as if the shop is half painted but still stocked with some great stuff.
See you in store,