Email entries to with the title of the book you would like to receive in the subject line. Write your name, membership number and postal address in the body of your email. All entries must be received by 30 November 2023.

Endo Days: Life, love and laughs with Endometriosis

Author: Libby Trainor Parker

Publisher: Wakefield Press

One in nine people in Australia are living with endometriosis and countless others are supporting them, caring for them, championing various treatments and being impacted by this incurable condition.

Endo Days is a frank, often funny and honest memoir told in a narrative journalism style, with Libby’s own story as the central narrative, drawing on interviews with others with endometriosis (both women, men and non-binary), their partners - male and female, doctors and specialists, researchers and the wider endo community.

Finding Our Heart

Author Thomas Mayor

Illustrator: Blak Douglas

Publisher: Hardie Grant Books

“When we all came together at Uluru, we invited all Australian people to accept our voice and culture as a gift.” Can you help us find the heart of the nation?

A book for young people about understanding Australia’s past, so we can have a shared future.

Finding the Heart of the nation

Author Thomas Mayor

Publisher: Hardie Grant Books

This is a book for all Australians.

Since the Uluru Statement from the Heart was formed in 2017, Thomas Mayor has travelled around the country to promote its vision of a better future for Indigenous Australians. He’s visited communities big and small, often with the Uluru Statement canvas rolled up in a tube under his arm.

Thomas believes that we will only find the heart of our nation when the First peoples – the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders – are recognised with a representative Voice enshrined in the Australian Constitution.

“Thomas’s compelling work is full of Australian Indigenous voices that should be heard. Read this book, listen to them, and take action.”– Danny Glover, actor and humanitarian.