Jacinta Dimase Literary Agent Melbourne


Elizabeth Macarthur: A Life at the Edge of the World

A groundbreaking portrait of an ordinary English country woman who would go on to become of Australia’s most significant but little known historical figures.

by Michelle Scott Tucker


“I forced a smile, I’m not afraid…”
But the more Kit uncovers about Neverland, the more she realises that perhaps she should be afraid…

by Margot McGovern

The Lucky Galah

The Lucky Galah is a novel about fate. About Australia. About what it means to be human. It just happens to be narrated by a galah called Lucky.

by Tracy Sorensen

The Bookshop of the Broken Hearted

Tom Hope doesn’t think he’s much of a farmer, and he can’t have been much of a husband to Trudy, either, judging by her sudden departure. It’s only when she returns, pregnant to someone else, that he discovers his surprising talent as a father. So when Trudy finds Jesus and takes little Peter away with her to join the holy rollers, Tom’s heart breaks all over again.

by Robert Hillman

ZEROES AND ONES: The Geeks, Heroes and Hackers who Changed History

by Cristy Burne

What's at the End of this Piece of Rope?

by Jedda Robaard