A fascinating account of an arduous expedition by Frank Alcorta, across Papua New Guinea in 1973/74 at its widest part along the border with Indonesian Papua, then Irian Jaya. This was the first solo expedition across Papua New Guinea.
The world has moved on, and there will probably never be another opportunity like these to traverse wild untouched country again.
June migrated from England to Australia in 1954, married an Australian and had two sons. After completing a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and journalism she worked in the specialised field of corporate communications.
In the mid seventies she joined the International Information Bureau of the ICRC in Geneva as foreign correspondent.
So you've published your book but it is not selling? The publishing world is highly competitive, and the advent of ebooks has changed the landscape further in 2010. How you do make your book stand out? This book contains practical ideas that you should pursue to start generating sales.
An Australian family on holiday get caught up in a dimensional shift. Where has the rest of the population gone? Who are these strangers? A tale of their life in a new world where spiritual values change for the better.
The seminal work on the Space Elevator by the controller of the project from the 1990's, together with a Foreword by the late Sir Arthur C Clarke, this explains the Space Elevator concept, how it works, when it will be deployed, and all the detail that goes with it.
Nice idea but no hope of ever being implemented, the system would be too easy to rort. Its like trying to give us communism that looks like capitalism, or vice versa. But the author does highlight the reason our capitalist economies are failing today: when the gap between rich and poor gets too large, the system breaks down. Since the rich are in charge of government, nothing short of a revolution seems likely to rescue our current civilization.