At Dymocks, we love to celebrate and nuture the talent and diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices. Recognise and discover the cultural significance and contribution to Australian literature by exploring our range of fiction, children's, social history and poetry books by new and emerging First Nations writers.
Somebody's Land is an invitation to connect with First Nations culture, to acknowledge the hurt of the past, and to join together as one community with a precious shared history as old as time.
Adam Goodes and Ellie Laing's powerful words and David Hardy's pictures, full of life, invite children and their families to imagine themselves into Australia's past - to feel the richness of our First Nations' history, to acknowledge that our country was never terra nullius, and to understand what 'welcome to our country' really means.
Dazzling, imaginative and unsettling and the first-ever anthology of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander speculative fiction. This All Come Back Now is a love letter to kin and country, to memory and future-thinking - written, curated and edited by well-known and emerging First Nations writers. Read an extract from the introduction and discover more about this important collection.
First Nations poet Evelyn Araluen has won the tenth annual Stella Prize for her breathtaking debut collection Dropbear. It is a collection that confronts the tropes and iconography of an unreconciled nation with biting satire and lyrical fury.
Charismatic First Nations chef Nornie Bero champions the tastes of native flavours in everyday cooking by unlocking the secrets of Australian herbs, spices, vegetables and fruits in Mabu Mabu. To get a taste of what’s inside this stunning cookbook, we’re sharing a recipe extract with you. So please, Mabu Mabu – which means help yourself!
Searching for great books from First Nations authors? At Dymocks, we love to celebrate and nurture the talent and diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices. You'll discover the cultural significance and contribution to Australian literature from works of fiction, social history and even poetry books by new and emerging First Nations.
Explore the magic of Australian literature with our our range of debuts and new releases from emerging First Nations. Pick up novels from award winning authors like Tara June Winch, discover a talented local author or explore essential reading titles like Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe. Now is the time to celebrate our incredibly gifted First Nations writers and storytellers.