A former South Australian soldier's autobiography of events leading up to and during his seven year imprisonment in Afghanistan's worst prison, Pol-e-Charkhi.
A relaunch of Australian-born Gael Elton Mayo’s 1983 memoir who, at the age of 8, was sent away to school and never again lived at home with their parents.
Writing True Stories asks ‘What is it like for anyone to be in the world?’ and explores answers through practical advice and lots of writing exercises.
The second memoir by 24 year old 'social influencer' Connor Franta, who has made a name for himself on social media and YouTube.
The autobiography of a self-taught forgerer who fooled experts for decades with this forgeries of watercolour paintings, sculptures and ancient ornaments.
Based on a true story, a 16yo Sudanese boy is forced to flee civil war, where he learns to put aside tribal conflicts to survive and eventually joins a revolutionary UN peace program in a Kenyan refugee camp.
The autobiography of Saroo Brierley, lost at age 5 in India and adopted by Australian parents. As a young adult, Saroo begins to piece together his fragmented memories to find his birth family.
John Cleese reads his own memoir about the first 30 years of his life and the birth of his career and most famous works: Monty Python and Fawlty Towers.
The Pigeon Tunnel is not an autobiography but rather, a random collection of reminiscences from the life of author, John le Carré.
The memoir of Rachael Treasure, who discovered inner strength and a passion for sustainable living after her marriage broke down and she lost almost everything.
The extraordinary biographical film, Lion, opens in cinemas today, and we caught up with Saroo & his mum for a chat about the film, their life, and what it's like seeing themselves depicted on screen.
Livingston’s book covers the careers of the Doug Anthony All-Stars just as well as his own, with interviews, photos and candour.
A book about artist Richard Maurovic, exploring his works, life, influences and interests, telling of his migrant origins and the accident that changed his life.
The first complete translation of Friedrich Gerstäcker’s travel journal since its original German publication in 1854, edited by Professor Peter Monteath.
A laugh-out-loud, tear-jerking, warts-and-all autobiography by stand-up comedian and reality TV star Em Rusciano, who doesn't hold anything back.
This second autobiography from Ian 'Molly' Meldrum reflects on the people from his life, both in front of the camera and behind the scenes.
Bruce Springsteen's autobiography is filled with heartfelt memories, contemplative reflection, ego and bravado, but is never insincere as he reveals his life.
A newly edited edition of Ray Ollis’ fictionalised memoir of his time in the RAF Bomber Command, first published in 1957 and drawing on his own memories, log books and diaries.
Armed with her acerbic wit and a blaster pistol, actress Carrie Fisher recounts the past and present of her immortal character, Princess Leia from Star Wars.