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New Non-Fiction – January 2015

  • Absolutely beautiful things :  a bright and colourful life by Anna Spiro
  • The best place to be today :365 things to do and the perfect day to do them edited by Sarah Baxter
  • The bush by Don Watson
  • Blood will out : the true story of a murder , a mystery, and a masquerade by Kim Walter
  • Dessert divas by Christine Mansfield
  • Diet cults : the surprising fallacy at the core of nutrition fads and a guide to healthy eating for the rest of us by Matt Fitzgerald
  • Do travel writers go to hell? a swashbuckling tale of high adventure, questionable ethics and professional hedonism by Thomas Kohnstamm
  • Ebola : the natural and human history by David Quammen
  • The forbidden worlds of Haruki Murakami by Matthew Carl Strecher
  • Hand to mouth : the truth about being poor in a wealthy world by Linda Tirado
  • Holiday at home by Jason Grant
  • Hope in a ballet shoe by Michaela De Prince
  • How to think about exercise by Damon Young
  • Immunity : an inoculation by Eula Biss
  • Jealousy by Peter Toohey
  • Jeff Koons : Conversations with Norman Rosenthal by Jeff Koons
  • Melbourne & Victoria edited by Anthony Ham
  • Mug cakes : soft melting cakes ready in 5 minutes
  • Not that kind of girl : a young woman tells you what she’s “learned” by Lena Dunham
  • On the new by Boris Groys
  • Once upon a time : a short history of fairy tale by Marina Warner
  • Only in New York by Lily Brett
  • The queen, her lover and the most notorious spy in history by Roland Perry
  • Read this if you want to take great photographs by Henry Carroll
  • Refugees : why seeking asylum is legal and Australia’s policies are not by Jane McAdam and Fiona Chong
  • Rookie yearbook three edited by Tavi Gevinson
  • Superfreakonomics : global cooling, patriotic prostitutes and why suicide bombers should buy life insurance by Steven Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner
  • Things to make and do in the fourth dimension by Matt Parker
  • Think like a freak : how to think smarter about almost anything by Steven Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner
  • Vivienne Westwood by Vivienne Westwood
  • Ways of looking : how to experience contemporary art by Ossian Ward
  • What days are for by Robert Dessaix
  • Where I’m reading from  by Tim Parks
  • Women in clothes by Sheila Heti
  • Women in dark times by Jacqueline Rose
  • Working on my novel by Cory Arcangel
  • The world : a traveller’s guide to the planet by Penny Cordner
  • Yes please by Amy Poehler