Together and apart, we Tasmanians have woven a dense web of myth around our heart-shaped home of islands. Pull on any thread, and quite a lot more than you’ve bargained for can unravel.
Ern Malley? Again? The story of the Ern Malley hoax has surely been told often enough. Ern is, after all, an Australian icon.
This is the story of a family of troubled animals who live on a farm in the French Canadian countryside.
Emilie’s story begins more than 300 years ago, contemporaneously with the birth of mathematical physics itself.
An edited excerpt from Ben Robertson’s book The People’s University, which tells the story of UQ.
As Australia’s fastest growing urban area with population levels expected to double over the next 20 years, south-east Queensland offers a powerful illustration of the growth paradox.
Not many people would swim through a river populated with piranhas while researching their first book, but Andrew Westoll isn’t your typical author.
Award-winning writer and UQ alumnus Amy Barker returned to Emmanuel College last year to help launch her debut novel Omega Park.
To celebrate the 2009 centenary of Robert Helpmann’s birth, UQP has published Robert Helpmann: A Servant of Art by Anna Bemrose.
A crowd of maroon-faced fans cheering on their favourite footballers and skimpily clad bodies basking in the Queensland sun are just some of the iconic images captured in a newly-released UQP title.
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