Somekind Press

Takeaway: Boon Luck Farm


On Growing
Palisa Anderson

From the roots of the idea for her exceptional farm through to dreams of a future abundant ‘wilderness’, Boon luck Farm charts Palisa Anderson’s never-ending journey to reconnect with nature, raises questions of consumption and the roles that we (often unwittingly) play in today’s broken food systems, as well as laying down a vision for a very different kind of existence – one where we embrace the prodigious abundance of the land around us and connect to the produce that grows in its soil in a far kinder, deeper and more meaningful way.

Somekind was founded in 2020 by Vaughan Mossop and Simon Davis during the coronavirus pandemic (and subsequent lockdown) as a way to keep Australian hospitality venues alive and creatives busy. 

At Somekind, the authors take the majority of the profit, with the proceeds split between ALL creative contributors. They strongly believe in the importance of community — Somekind books are published through crowdfunding with the support and generosity of our community.

96 Page paperback
178mm x 108mm

Somekind believe in the environment, and as such avoid using any fancy finishes on their books that might render them less than 100% recyclable. After all, the last thing the earth needs is any more unnecessary damage done to it, right?


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