The launch of the Australian edition of Hayley Reynold’s ‘My Brother’s Shadows‘ on June 12th at Melbourne’s Peter MacCallum Cancer Hospital was attended by about thirty people. The Reverend David Dawes, the head of Peter Mac’s Pastoral Care department, … Continue reading
You are invited to the launch of My Brother’s Shadows by Hayley Reynolds: 7 pm on Wednesday 12 June 2013, Jack Brockoff Lecture Theatre, Level 3, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, St Andrew’s Place, East Melbourne. The launch will be … Continue reading
A book that explores the relationship between Islam and Christianity has just been launched in Melbourne. Titled ‘Islam and Christianity on the Edge: Talking Points in Christian-Muslim Relations into the 21st Century‘, it contains a series of essays that explore … Continue reading
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Acorn author, and singer/songwriter Monique Lisbon, whose story of childhood sexual abuse was published in the book ‘Fragments of Home’, was part of TV program called ‘Forgiven People’ that aired on Good Friday 2013. To view segments of this program … Continue reading
If you enjoyed reading Murray Seiffert’s award-winning biography of Northern Territory indigenous leader Gumbuli Wurramurra, you will enjoy reading his fascinating appendix, ‘Losing Arnhem Land’, which details the politics behind the controversial 1931 Federal Government decision to proclaim Arnhem Land … Continue reading
Acorn Press uses the services of InScribe Digital to handle all our eBook conversion and distribution needs. Recently, one of Acorn’s editors, Kris Argall, was interviewed by InScribe about Acorn’s experience with digital publishing. For the full interview in InScribe’s … Continue reading
For more information, go to www.nretas.nt.gov.au/knowledge-and-history/northern-territory-library/news/history. Congratulations, Murray!