The best in Australian publishing
20% off* selected titles in August
This month at Kino we’re celebrating the Australian publishing houses behind the amazing books you see on our shelves. With the pressing issue that currently threatens our thriving local book industry, we feel there is no better time to showcase Australian publishers, Australian authors and Australian made books.
So here’s a number of our favourite Australian made books… check them out here or visit us in store for our full selection!
Published by Picador Australia
A fantastic psychological thriller about everyday violence, the media’s obsession with pretty dead girls, the grip of grief and the myth of closure, and the difficulties of knowing the difference between a ghost and a memory, between a monster and a man. Signed copies available!
Published by Perimeter Editions
Debut book by Australian photographer Warwick Baker. Created within the bounds of the Belanglo State Forest, Baker’s images forge a poignant taxonomy of this notorious landscape. The body of work is at once forensic, evidentiary and speculative in tenor, and makes use of both traditional & experimental documentary techniques. Limited edition 700.
The Hate Race
Published by Hachette Australia
Suburban Australia. Sweltering heat. Three bedroom blonde-brick. Family of five. Beat-up Ford Falcon. Vegemite on toast. Maxine Beneba Clarke’s life is just like all the other Aussie kids on her street. Except for this one, glaring, inescapably obvious thing. The Hate Race is a powerful, funny, and at times devastating memoir about growing up black in white middle-class Australia.
Published by Murdoch Books
An essential baking book that progressively builds the home cook’s skills and confidence through technique-based lessons and delicious recipes. This book is perfect for the dabbler and perfectionist alike!
Published by UNSW Press
When Hawson realised she was a stranger in her own city, she set herself a mission – to explore and photograph one new Sydney suburb a week for a year. 52 Suburbs reveals the Sydney beyond the postcard clichés of the harbour and beaches – places most tourists would never think to explore. Inspirational, adventurous and eye-opening, it captures Sydney’s vibrancy, multiculturalism and community in a refreshingly unconventional way.
Published by Perimeter Editions
Gorgeous overview of the work of Australian artist Emily Ferretti. Ferretti’s oil-on-linen paintings of plants, domestic settings, sporting ephemera and architectural details are remarkable for their lightness of touch and subtleties in process, tonality and mark making, sidling the representational and abstract via a quiet, poetic tenor. Limited edition 700.
Published by University of Queensland Press
Life for Jonah and Manx means fishing at the lake, watching their mates party and wishing they had the courage to talk to Ella and Rachel. But now their lakeside town is being sold off. And one memorable night at the lake will change everything. An iridescent verse novel from award-winning author Steven Herrick that shines light on friendship, family and finding your way.
* Not in conjunction with any other offer. Discount applies to selected marked titles only from 1 August to 31 August 2016.