Pascoe, B 2019, Salt Selected Essays and Stories, Black Inc..
This volume of Bruce Pascoe’s best and most celebrated stories and essays, collected here for the first time, traverses his long career and explores his enduring fascination with Australia’s landscape, culture and history.
Pascoe, B 2019, Young Dark Emu A Truer History.
Young Dark Emu : A Truer History asks young readers to consider a different version of Australia's history pre-European colonisation.
Pascoe, B 2018, Dark Emu Aboriginal Australia and the Birth of Agriculture, New Edition, Magabala Books.
‘Dark Emu injects a profound authenticity into the conversation about how we Australians understand our continent ... [It is] essential reading for anyone who wants to understand what Australia once was, or what it might yet be if we heed ...
Pascoe, B, Andrews, K, Day, S, Hennessy, R, Pollack, J, Olsen, M, Nguyen, J & Laidlaw, S 2017, Literary Nillumbik Anthology of Award Winning Writing 2017.
Literary Nillumbik anthology features the winning stories from the Alan Marshall Short Story Award and Nillumbik Ekphrasis Poetry Award 2017.
Pascoe, B 2016, Mrs Whitlam.
She dreams of owning one and having the whole world to ride it in. Before too long Marnie is gifted Mrs Margaret 'Maggie' Whitlam, a beautiful, big Clydesdale - bold, fearless and able to jump anything.
Pascoe, B 2015, Seahorse.
Pascoe, B 2014, Dark Emu Black Seeds : Agriculture Or Accident?, Magabala Books, Australia.
Dark Emu argues for a reconsideration of the 'hunter-gatherer' tag for pre-colonial Aboriginal Australians and attempts to rebut the colonial myths that have worked to justify dispossession. Accomplished author Bruce Pascoe provides compelling evidence from the diaries of early explorers that suggests that systems of food production and land management have been blatantly understated in modern retellings of early Aboriginal history, and that a new look at Australia’s past is required
Pascoe, B 2014, Fog a Dox.
In David Hardy's beautifully illustrated new picture book we join a young boy, Alfie, on a quest for companionship.
Nicholson, AB, Pascoe, B, Luckhurst, S, Burke, JMM & Krishnabhakdi-Vasilakis, F 2013, Dreaming Inside Voices from Junee Correctional Centre.
Pascoe, B 2013, Fog a Dox, ReadHowYouWant.
All goes well until Albert has an accident ... This is a story of courage, acceptance and respect. It is reminiscent of the gentle story-telling style of Australian author Alan Marshall (I can jump puddles).
Pascoe, B 2012, Ocean, Seaglass Books.
This vivid novel is the fifth in Bruce Pascoe's series which charts personal histories of the first Australians. Caleb Mathews is captain of a sealing ship in Bass Strait. His relationships with two women, one white, one black, are both ambiguous and brutal. The consequences still haunt the country and live on in the survivors.
Pascoe, B & Studies, AIOAATSI 2012, The Little Red Yellow Black Book An Introduction to Indigenous Australia.
This updated edition of The Little Red Yellow Black Book is an authoritative introduction to Indigenous Australia.
Pascoe, B 2009, Bloke, Penguin UK.
'The story of an ordinary man who discovers he's not so ordinary. Pascoe is one of our finest writers.' Ray Lawrence Jim Bloke's your typical Aussie, sort of.
Pascoe, B 2007, Convincing Ground Learning to Fall in Love with Your Country, Aboriginal Studies Press.
The book resonates with ongoing debates about identity, dispossession, memory and community.
Pascoe, B 2006, Foxies in a Firehose A Piece of Doggerel from Warragul.
Pascoe, B 2000, Nightjar.
Pascoe, B & Harwood, L 1999, Cape Otway Coast of Secrets.
Pascoe, B 1996, Ruby-eyed Coucal.
A gripping novel about Maree Fox's efforts to find her father, who is fighting in Irian Jaya. It examines relations between Indigenous Australians and West Papuans over the centuries.
Pascoe, B 1981, A Corner Full of Characters, Blackstone Press.
Pascoe, B 2018, 'AUSTRALIA: TEMPER AND BIAS', MEANJIN, vol. 77, no. 3, pp. 64-69.
Kinnane, S, Lucashenko, M, Pascoe, B & Barker, W 2016, 'Stories from the Front', WESTERLY, vol. 61, no. 1, pp. 178-195.
Pascoe, B 2007, 'A man of all tribes: The life of Alick Jakomos', AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL STUDIES, no. 1, pp. 151-152.
Pascoe, B 2006, 'Left-handed women', OVERLAND, no. 185, pp. 69-70.
Pascoe, B 2006, 'Rene of rainbird creek', Meanjin, vol. 65, no. 4, pp. 194-201.
Pascoe, B 2000, 'White Smart Arts - Comment', OVERLAND, no. 160, pp. 84-85.
PASCOE, B 1996, ''CROP'', OVERLAND, vol. 144, pp. 48-53.
PASCOE, B 1995, 'ONE OF THE DIRTY DOZEN TELLS ALL', COMPUTER DESIGN, vol. 34, no. 11, pp. 121-122.
PASCOE, B 1995, 'SPORT IN AUSTRALIA - VAMPLEW,W, STODDART,B', OVERLAND, vol. 140, pp. 87-88.
PASCOE, B 1994, 'THE RICHLY TAILORED PHILANTHROPIST', OVERLAND, vol. 137, pp. 57-58.
PASCOE, B 1993, ''GOING AWAY' - FLANAGAN,M', OVERLAND, vol. 133, pp. 87-88.
Pascoe, B 2012, 'Andrew Bolt’s disappointment', Griffith University.
MY FRIENDS TAKE a breath, lean across the table and assume the tone of Richard Dawkins explaining dinosaurs to intelligently designed Christians. They believe that in my promotion of Aboriginal achievement I'm simply being loyal to family or wanting to take a belligerent stance on our country's identity and history.
Houses, crops, agriculture, sewing! Their frustration is benign, their love for me is no less, but they think I've gone too far this time. Writers are supposed to be mad and they are to be coddled for it like a warped aunty. They are also supposed to be heretical but they are not supposed to defy everything we were taught about Aborigines. They must not be encouraged to refute the national story.
We sit there, against the backs of our chairs now, a little disappointed with each other's company. Perhaps disappointed is too strong. Disconcerted might be the better word. We are looking at each other across a gulf of incomprehension. We are concerned that one of us is a liar and the other a denier.