Welcome to the website of Selwa Anthony Author Management Agency - one of the leading literary agencies in Australia. Here you will find information about Selwa, her authors and the books she has helped get published.

New and up and coming publications:

Running Like China

Running Like China

‘When I was eleven years old Mum told me, “One crowded hour of glorious life is worth an age without a name.” Even before I heard these words I was always a child who crammed intense joy into tiny pockets …

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Gene Genius

Gene Genius: Understand your DNA and create your own genetic roadmap to health and happiness

Gene Genius: Understand your DNA and create your own genetic roadmap to health and happiness.

  • Ever wondered why someone on exactly the same diet loses weight much faster than you?
  • Puzzled about why you crave a sugar fix more than …
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    Killing Love

    Killing Love

    This powerful, unforgettable and uplifting story is one part wrenching family memoir, and one part inspirational journey towards healing and forgiveness – but most of all, it’s an unputdownable journey through one family’s tragedy and how they refused to let …

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    Kalinda

    Kalinda

    This stunning sequel to Adam’s Empire, centred on his remote sheep station Kalinda, tracks the development of Adam’s family. Having grown up as a poor orphan child, Adam finds himself financially secure, in love and a father. But Adam’s …

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    Adam’s Empire

    Adam’s Empire

    It’s a great country, but never trust it, son. It’s beautiful but it’s treacherous.

    Adam Ross had seen the way his country could destroy a man. Growing up in the Australian outback in the first half of the …

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    Tunnel Rats vs The Taliban

    Tunnel Rats vs The Taliban

    They were young, they were tough and they were everywhere. They were both the backyard builders and the frontline troops in Australia’s war against the Taliban.

    This is the powerful story of the sappers, the Army engineers in Afghanistan whose …

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    I Belong to No One

    I Belong to No One

    A teenager in the 1970s, Gwen Wilson grew up in Western Sydney. It was a tough childhood. Illegitimate, fatherless – her mother in and out of psychiatric hospitals; it would have been easy for anyone to despair and give up. …

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    Palace of Tears

    Palace of Tears

    Angie loved Mr Fox’s magnificent, absurd hotel. In fact, it was her one true great love. But … today Angie was so cross, so fed up with everybody and everything, she would probably cheer if a wave of fire swept

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    Just the Way We Are

    Just the Way We Are

    A celebration of families of every kind!

    Meet Anna, Chiara, Henry, Izzy and Jack.

    their families might not look like your family, but that’s okay … they’re perfect, just the way they are!

    From bestselling author Jessica Shirvington and much-loved …

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    The Governors House

    The Governor’s House

    Born in poverty, transported for theft, and in love with a charismatic but dangerous man – for Cat Haggard the Tasmanian Governor’s House is not merely a beautiful building but a symbol of all she hopes to obtain in life. …

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    Behind Closed Doors

    Behind Closed Doors

    Four children by her father.
    Thirty years of horrific sexual abuse.

    In March 2009, Joseph Fritzl was sentenced to life in jail for the systematic imprisonment, torture and rape of his daughter Elisabeth over 24 years, fathering seven children. The …

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    Mother Zen

    Mother Zen

    In 2010 Jacinta Tynan innocently sparked a media storm when her article in the Sun Herald exposed a fault line in our perception of motherhood. Her premise — that motherhood could be easy — split the parenting community down the …

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