AUTOBIOGRAPHY: From the happiness and freedom of her bush childhood, Tanya Heaslip is sent to a boarding school sixteen hundred kilometres away. As these years pass surrounded by the friends she makes, Tanya's memoir is a humorous and inspiring story of strength, resilience and the realities of Australian outback life.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY: South Australian broadcaster, columnist, theatre guru and critic Peter Goers has been known and loved for his sardonic wit and laconic flair for decades. This collection gathers the best of his Fringe shows, columns and a modicum of memoir.
Internet sensation Father Rod Bower of the Gosford Anglican Church, discusses his life, social justice, and religion.
Superstar Jackie Chan reflects on his early life, his big breaks, his numerous brushes with death, and his life as a husband and father.
Aussie music icon Jimmy Barnes continues his autobiography in this second volume outlining his career.
Raised in two very different worlds, one angry and violent, the other loving and nurturing, John must find his own path to happiness.
Academy Award winning actress, Sally Field, presents her long-awaited autobiography, detailing the influences and challenges of her life.
The autobiography of Roger Daltry, the lead singer of one of the most legendary bands of the last 50-plus years, The Who.
Comedian Billy Connolly returns to the country of his birth and upbringing, acknowledging what went before and reliving the journey that made him the man we know and love to laugh along with today.
Originally released as "Mama Mia! What a Climb!", this is the autobiography of Vincenzo Russo, from a distant Italian country town of the 1950s to present-day Adelaide, told as a series of letters to his late wife.
Australian rocker, Jimmy Barnes, provides a no-holds-barred autobiography of his life with all it's hardships, successes, laughter and forgiveness.
A relatable, inspiring, step-by-step guide for women on how to get more out of life, from the founder and CEO of global organisation Business Chicks, drawing on stories from her own life and the experiences.
Founder of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre reads his own autobiography which is a story about doing what's right, protecting others, and finding hope and salvation through your own dark times.
Lee directs with gentle, guiding hand, allowing his actors room to move, but keeping the work focussed and tight.
Palace Nova Eastend are throwing a party to celebrate the preview screening of Spike Lee's latest feature.
Comedian Kitty Flanagan recounts stories from her life in this collection of cautionary tales about childhood, hitchhiking, internet dating, relationships, yoga, travelling, and even murder!
Every Sunday for almost a century, John Cann's family ran the famous snake show in a pit at La Perouse. This is the memoir of the last of those snake men.
A celebration the remarkable figurative sculptures of Australian ceramicist Liz Williams, tracing the evolution of Liz Williams' impressive body of coil-built works.
there is no room to hide in this one-man autobiography, as writer Christopher Bryant takes his audience through his personal story that began at a devastating car accident that nearly left him without the ability to write.
It started with a single tweet: “I need peace.” This is the true recollection of a Syrian girl’s experience of war and her plea for peace that went viral on social media.