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January New Books

Happy New Year to all our readers. As we get ready to do it all again, here are a couple of lovely distractions for you while you enjoy your holidays.


Naomi Osaka: Her journey to finding her power and her voice
by Ben Rothenberg

A deeply revealing biography of tennis phenomenon Naomi Osaka, which tells the story behind her grand slam-winning career and her advocacy for racial justice and mental health.

‘Naomi Osaka has an incredible inner strength, both on and off the court. She does everything, including speaking out on important social issues, with grace and kindness. Her courage is enormous. She is a trailblazer, a role model and an inspiration.’ Jelena Dokic

‘This riveting book is about race, class, mental health, fame and what it really takes to make a world champion.’ Magda Szubanski 


The Buddhist and the Ethicist: Conversations on Effective Altruism, Engaged Buddhism, and How to Build a Better World
by Peter Singer and Shih Chao-Hwei

Eastern spirituality and utilitarian philosophy meet in these unique dialogues between a Buddhist monastic and a moral philosopher. Together, these two deep thinkers explore the foundation of ethics and key Buddhist concepts, and ultimately reveal how we can all move towards making the world a better place.

‘Their dialogues unfold in rigorous detail and probe rich and trenchant ethical questions…Plenty of insight in these thought-provoking and challenging investigations.’ Publishers Weekly



Our January new releases are available in print and ebook from all good booksellers.


Alpha Reader

ANZ LitLovers

Bite the Book

The Conversation

Diva Booknerd

Inside a Dog

Kids’ Book Review


Literary Minded

Meanjin Blog


Scribe News

The Wheeler Centre

Whispering Gums