Books available for purchase:
by Christine Williams The first full-length biography of Christina Stead (17 July 1902 – 31 March 1983), an Australian novelist and short-story writer acclaimed for her satirical wit and penetrating psychological characterisations.
by Christine Williams The life of the 20th-century philosopher Jiddu Krishnamurti was truly astonishing. As this new updated edition shows, people from all over the world would gather to hear him speak the wisdom of the ages.
by Christine Williams This book tells the story of Jiddu Krishnamurti’s visits to Australia and New Zealand over a period of 50 years.
by Christine Williams Interviews carried out by cricket researcher & writer Dr CV Williams about Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar.
by Ingrid Raj
Ingrid Raj’s thesis provides research on a selection of Anglo-Burmese writing published from the period of British rule in Myanmar (formerly Burma) up until 2007.
by Ferdinando Manzo An exciting new story from first-time novelist, Ferdinando Manzo, Arco explores man’s battle with the sea in an attempt to seek solace.
by Diane Harding A thrilling debut novel from Sydney author Diane Harding, ‘Reported Missing’ follows a couple’s ordeal as they risk everything to save their daughter and grandchildren from her abusive, even murderous, husband.
A collection of short stories featuring snapshots of the human condition, set in Australia, ranging over a number of genres from crime to science fiction.
by Damian Cooper A son’s story of the debilitating illness, anorexia nervosa, that his single mother suffered from throughout his childhood.
by Sao Khemawadee Mangrai A memoir of living through good times and bad in Burma before an escape to a new life of freedom.
by John Blackwell John Blackwell’s memoir of manufacturing unions in Australia is an important and insightful account of the history of Australian Trade Unionism.
by Geetha Waters Geetha Waters’ stories centre on a girl growing up in Kerala and Andhra Pradesh in the ’60s and ’70s.
by Syam Sudhakar A Malayalam song of stark imagery by poet Syam Sudhakar set to music composed and performed by Uma A.V. A collaborative project between Sydney School of Arts & Humanities and Black Dot Creative Lab, India.
by Syam Sudhakar Video presentations of seven poems by award-winning South Indian poet, Syam Sudhakar, set against an imaginative backdrop of dance, music and sound effects.
by Syam Sudhakar Syam Sudhakar’s poetry draws on his cultural roots in Kerala as well as the splendour of its natural habitat.
by Ferdinando Manzo Ferdinando Manzo’s work features themes of the sea and the emotions, particularly the deeply felt joys and melancholies experienced by men.
by Leo Ryan Former counsellor Leo Ryan explains how people can bring on the changes needed have a great relationship.
by Christine Williams Author Dr Christine Williams describes what happens over a period of several months as she undergoes treatment for back pain by a Zen Thai Shiatsu bodywork masseur in an ‘Age of Aquarius’ revelation.
Books/Multimedia available through Sydney School of Art & Humanities