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With Just One Suitcase By Cheryl Koenig

“Our richness as a migrant nation endures through the stories of our forebears, told and retold to new generations. This is one such story among many that make us who we are today”

Tanya Plibersek, Deputy Leader of the Opposition, Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs & International Development

Crooked Vows by John Watt

“Offered to us as a tale of turmoil in a Catholic soul, John Watt’s novel is also a deeply-felt study of the human struggle for liberty; of the price we might be willing to pay, and why we should”

Robert Hillman, Award winning author with over 60 published works

The Tainted Trial of Farah Jama by Julie Szego

“A compelling story I couldn’t put down”

Goodreads Book Review by Simone Sinna

Blood on my Hands

“A book that challenged the way I perceived victims of war. A moving story well written”

Goodreads Book Review by Megan Aney

School Days of a Methodist Lady; A journey through girlhood

“This frank and searching narrative is in fact a compelling social document. The author demonstrates a remarkable ability to recall the details of her life in the middle of the 20th century in Australia, and to construct from her joys and sorrows a memoir that is warm, thoughtful and inspirational.”

Carmel Bird, fiction and non-fiction writer, leading teacher of fiction and memoir-writing.


The Rugmaker of Mazar-e-Sharif by Najaf Mazari & Robert Hillman

“An antidote to the mindless bigotry I hear regularly in the media and from Australians about this issue. I can only be grateful that someone has had the good sense to make this book required reading for the young people of this country. With any luck this type of literature may slowly bring about a change in the way the general public views the part they can play in the plight of those less fortunate in the world who only ask for a chance in this “lucky country”

Goodreads Book Review by Claire Smith 

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