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Brett: A portrait of Brett Whiteley by his sister

Frannie Hopkirk

‘Brett was the sweetest, funniest, cleverest man I’ve ever known, my confidant and best friend. He had a rare radiance, an inner certainty which was compelling and hugely attractive.’

‘Brett was the sweetest, funniest, cleverest man I’ve ever known, my confidant and best friend. He had a rare radiance, an inner certainty which was compelling and hugely attractive.’

The Book of Bloke

Ben Pobjie

What is a Bloke?

What is a Bloke?

Best of Aussie Slang

John Blackman

If you don’t buy this book you’re one chop short of a barbecue!

If you don’t buy this book you’re one chop short of a barbecue!

Aussie Slang Dictionary

John Blackman

G’day from the land downunder, the land of grouse-looking sheilas, sunshine, the long weekend and the best beer in the world.

G’day from the land downunder, the land of grouse-looking sheilas, sunshine, the long weekend and the best beer in the world.

More Aussie Gags

John Blackman

This guy walks into a bar No no! Have you heard the one about Oh, how did it go? There was this blonde who Hmm. Do you ever wish you could remember all the gags and one-liners you’ve heard over the years and become the envy of all your friends and colleagues? Well, wish no more. Hot on the heels of the hugely successful Aussie Gags, John Blackman presents another hilarious collection of the funniest jokes and one-liners Australia has …

Aussie Gags

John Blackman

“My grandfather died peacefully in his sleep. Which is more than I can say for the three passengers he had in his car at the time.”

“My grandfather died peacefully in his sleep. Which is more than I can say for the three passengers he had in his car at the time.”

Don’t Come the Raw Prawn!

John Blackman

“Brilliant”, “Arguably the most important work in its field”, “A literary masterpiece” just a few of the accolades critics didn’t shower on John Blackman’s first book, The Aussie Slang Dictionary.

“Brilliant”, “Arguably the most important work in its field”, “A literary masterpiece” just a few of the accolades critics didn’t shower on John Blackman’s first book, The Aussie Slang Dictionary.