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Small publisher spotlight: Celapene Press

Melbourne-based Celapene Press released its first title—an anthology called Page Seventeen—in 2005 before specialising in children’s and YA fiction. ‘Our first children’s book was Machino Supremo by Mark Carthew and Janeen Brian,’ said publisher Kathryn Duncan. ‘It’s a quirky book of poems about household machines, and about the same time...

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