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Australian publishers prepare for Frankfurt

14 September 2017
Each year, Australian publishers big and small travel to the Frankfurt Book Fair to meet face to face with their international counterparts. To find out which Australian publishers will be...

Introducing Henry Rosenbloom

14 September 2017
Henry Rosenbloom is the founder and publisher of Melbourne’s Scribe Publications, which specialises in ‘narrative and literary nonfiction on important topics, and the best of local, international and translated fiction’....

The market down under

30 September 2016
Book sales edged up in Australia for the second year in a row as the market continues its recovery after several years of decline. Brad Jefferies presents an overview of...

#LoveOzYA gathers momentum 

28 September 2016
A grassroots campaign to promote Australian YA books in a market dominated by US titles has been gathering momentum, writes Sophie Teague. In 2015, a group of authors, teachers and...

The rights stuff 2016 

21 September 2016
For the 14th year in a row, Think Australian has surveyed Australian rights managers and literary agents to gauge the health of Australian rights trading and book exports. Andrew Wrathall...

Selling strong: Australian publishers’ rights highlights

21 October 2015
Books+Publishing asked a range of Australian publishers to share their recent rights successes ahead of this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair. This article first appeared in Think Australian. Allen & Unwin  Kate Morton...

Courtenay, Hay top Australian bestsellers charts 2012-13 

1 August 2013
Bryce Courtenay’s final novel Jack of Diamonds (Viking) and Donna Hay’s Fresh and Light (HarperCollins) have topped the Australian fiction and nonfiction bestsellers chart for July 2012 to June 2013, according...