We love bookshops and would love to have our paperbacks in your bookshop. We know how important it is for readers to walk between the aisles, hold books in their hands and talk to booksellers who know and love the books they’re selling.
Bookshops around the world can order our paperbacks from IngramSpark/Lightning Source. You can also order direct from the Ligature Bookshop if you’d like to contact us at email@example.com for a discount code.
Australian bookshops are also invited to apply for a trade account.
Our currently available paperbacks are listed below.
From the international best-selling author of The Dressmaker.
‘Reading aloud to our babies and young children will make the entire country better off.’
Born in Sydney and brought up in Greece, Martin Johnston’s experience of two languages and two cultures led him to produce a body of work that is both very Australian and quintessentially European.
The unsettled South Australian frontier near Mount Gambier is a strange and difficult place for a Galway family trying to make sense of their new world.
‘The pick of the bunch is Eleanor Nilsson’s evocative, spine-tingling novel about loyalty, friendship and communication across the barriers of death...’
Almost a century after the Catastrophe, a group of survivors have built a new society deep in the safety of the underground network.
‘He knew in his heart that the dog belonged to someone else, but at the same time he felt quite strongly that the dog ought to be his...’
‘Its general meaning is nerve, or the nervous system. But originally it meant the channel of the gods, the divine pathway... It was to be the name of the new game.’
‘All around him stars were appearing. Struggling and swaying, he pulled himself through the sky and sank down, panting and exhausted, in the first stage of the Skymaze.’
‘On the screen the spaceman continued to zap the space demons, twisting, turning and firing, but the chair where he had sat was empty, and the joystick did not move...’
Winner of the Victorian Premier's Nettie Palmer Prize for Non-Fiction, Voyages to the South Seas is an exhilarating expedition through a key period in the European exploration of the Pacific and in the history of science.
Fire has shaped the Australian landscape and the lives of Australians for thousands of years—and will continue to do so as the climate changes. For all our advances in prevention and prediction, planning and communication, bushfires keep claiming our lives and our homes. How can we avoid another Ash Wednesday or Black Saturday?
As war crimes prosecutions seize Australia, Fiona Kovalenko discovers that her own family is implicated in the darkest events of the twentieth century. This is their story.