From some of Australia’s most important authority voices, thought-leaders and cultural figures, comes a collection of bite-sized books designed with thinkers and readers in mind.
Featuring reflections, wisdom, musings and meditations on everything from lust and longing to identity and hate, the On Series will delight, engage and stimulate readers across Australia.
Click here to check out the whole series.
Hachette recently invited some of their On Series authors into their Sydney office to discuss their books and ideas with Publisher-at-Large, Louise Adler. Here are their in-conversations.
On Hope by Daisy Jeffrey [NEW APRIL 2020]
One of the lead organisers of the Australian Climate strike, 17-year-old Daisy Jeffrey shows how ordinary people are fighting back and demanding we address climate change to help save our planet.
On Mother by Sarah Ferguson
A deeply personal reflection on mothers and daughters, and life, from renowned ABC journalist Sarah Ferguson.
On Quiet by Nikki Gemmell
Internationally bestselling author Nikki Gemmell makes the case for why quiet is steadily gaining ground in this noisy age: Why we need it now more than ever.
On Us by Mark Scott
Secretary of the NSW Department of Education Mark Scott invites us to switch our devices off and to read uninterrupted. On Us contemplates why more information often means less insight.
On Artists by Ashleigh Wilson
Walkley Award Winner Asleigh Wilson explores the cliche that to be creative is to be prone to eccentricity, madness, addiction and excess. No longer can artists be excused from the standards of conduct that apply to us all.
En Garde by Sarah Hanson-Young
After witnessing the relentless verbal abuse leveled at female parliamentarians and public figures, Hanson-Young is convinced that now is the time to name it and not retreat.
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