43cm H. x 29cm W. 168 pages, Hard Cover with dust jacket.



Life and Times in the Republic of Broken Hill is a unique portrait of an iconic Australian town, a story told through powerful photographs of its people and a narrative that explores the heroic, tumultuous and sometimes dark history of one of our nation's most famous outback communities.

Through 168 pages of exquisitely crafted portraits by internationally-renowned photographer, Robin Sellick, fascinating text by award-winning journalist and author, Jack Marx – plus revealing insights from the subjects of the portraits themselves – the reader is given a vivid snapshot of the present and a lyrical journey through Broken Hill's past.

Thus 'Life and Times in the Republic of Broken Hill' is an entirely original publishing concept; a limited edition amalgam of art, history and travelogue that is both aesthetic and literary.



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