Good Reading : April 2005
www.spinifexpress.com.au HEALTH YOUNG ADULT POETRY Still Waving Laurene Kelly Sixteen-year-old Julie has started re-building her life after losing most of her family. She has a new home in the city, is making new friends, and has a passion for surﬁng. She wonders if she is being punished for her newfound happiness however, when every- thing starts to go badly again. Modewarre Patricia Sykes ‘… this is a brilliant book of poetry. I was thrilled and moved by it. I was engaged by its intellectualism. It is so valuable to come across books like this, books that shake your complacency, books that compel you to pick up a pen and write something of your own.’ –Jennifer Harrison Zest For Life Jennifer Kelly An important uplifting book both for lesbians and heterosexual women as well as health professionals which shows that menopause need not be a time of despair. ‘This book should be required reading for Women Studies and Women’s Health students everywhere.’ –Professor Suzanne L. Dibble, University of California Award-winning feminist press 1-876756-46-2 pb 232 pp 215x137mm $27.95 1-876756-52-7 pb 119 pp 198x128mm $19.95 1-876756-50-0 pb 120 pp 198x128mm $24.95 sydney BILLINGTON’S sydneycaptured … in classic black & white Rober t Billington beautifully distils the essence of the harbour city in this superb collection of por traits and landscapes. RRP $49.95 At bookstores nationally tel: (02) 9457 0011 email: firstname.lastname@example.org for the best books you won’t read this year • wide range of titles • many at bargain prices • special orders welcomed Order via our website, or email to email@example.com, ph (02) 6259 2835, fax (02) 6259 1983 audio books direct www.audiobooksdirect.com.au Good Reading Tours Ireland! Join us for a readers’ tour of Ireland in September, 2005. Travelling with a small number of other book lovers we will spend 13 days taking in the literary sights and sounds of Ireland. Starting our tour in Dublin, once home to such writers as Bram Stoker, Samuel Beckett and Oscar Wilde, we will then travel by coach to Galway, taking a side trip to the Connemara, before travelling on to Sligo then returning to Dublin via Newgrange in the Boyne Valley. • See the beautiful Book of Kells • Visit the Abbey Theatre • Visit pubs to hear Irish story tellers • Take guided literary walking tours • Visit Yeats’ grave • Enjoy a banquet at Kinvara Castle • Visit fascinating bookshops If you would like to receive a full itinerary or further information about the tour please call 02 9810 2477 or write to: Good Reading GPO Box 3835 Sydney NSW 2001 Travel arrangements by Real International. Travel Licence 2TA4832.