Episode 28: Non-fiction Australian Reads for Summer
This summer has been a particularly challenging one for the Australian landscape and with Australia Day upon us, there are a number of great books that demonstrate just how vast this land is, how diverse and rich is its history.
Join Katherine and Nisa for the third and final episode of the ‘Summer’ series of podcasts.
Books mentioned in this episode include:
Buckley’s chance: the incredible true story of William Buckley and how he conquered a new world / Garry Linnell. Penguin Random House, October 2019.
Dark Emu: Aboriginal Australia and the birth of agriculture / Bruce Pascoe. Magabala Books, June 2018 [earlier published as Dark Emu: Black Seeds: Agriculture or accident in 2014]
Young Dark Emu: a truer history / Bruce Pascoe. Magabala Books, June 2019
Tracks / Robyn Davidson. Bloomsbury, November 2019.
Macquarie Atlas of Indigenous Australia / Bill Arthur and Frances Morphy. ANU, ABS and Macquarie Dictionary, August 2019.