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New Non-Fiction (May 2014)

  • A love letter to the city – Stephen Powers
  • Baby and a backpack: an extraordinary tale of courage, hope, determination and love – Jane Cornelius
  • Community: salad recipes from Arthur Street Kitchen – Hetty McKinnon
  • Diary of a foreign minister – Bob Carr
  • Dirty secrets: our ASIO files – Meredith Burgman (Ed.)
  • Everyday sexism – Laura Bates
  • Fashionable Selby – Todd Selby
  • Gandolfini: the real life of the man who made Tony Soprano – Dan Bischoff
  • Gazing at the stars: memories of a child survivor – Eva Slonim
  • Geek sublime: writing fiction, coding software – Vikram Chandra
  • Melbourne – Tess Lea
  • Noise in my head: voices from the ugly Australian underground – Jimi Kritzler
  • Outside the box: interviews with contemporary cartoonists – Hillary L Chute (Ed.)
  • Sh*t Asian mothers say – Benjamin and Michelle Law
  • The boy who was raised as a dog: and other stories from a child psychiatrist’s notebook: what traumatized children can teach us about loss, love and healing – Bruce D. Perry
  • The fair trade scandal: marketing poverty to benefit the rich – Ndongo S. Sylla
  • The forest feast: simple vegetarian recipes from my cabin in the woods – Erin Gleeson
  • The Moth – Catherine Burns (Ed.)
  • The virtues of the table: how to eat and drink – Julian Baggini
  • The Wes Anderson collection – Matt Zoller Seitz
  • Universal hunks: a pictorial history of muscular men from around the world, 1895-1975 – David Chapman
  • Vintage girls – Nadia Barbaro
  • Who owns the future? – Jaron Lanier
  • Words will break cement: the passion of Pussy Riot – Masha Gessen
  • Zizek’s jokes: (did you hear the one about Hegel and negation?) – Slavoj Zizek