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27 September 2022


Vizard wins Banjo Prize for ‘The Love Contract’

Steph Vizard has won HarperCollins’s Banjo Prize, for her unpublished manuscript ‘The Love Contract’. Chosen from a shortlist of five, Vizard’s novel is described by the publisher as ‘an enemies-to-lovers... Read more


Parker-Chan wins two British Fantasy Awards

Australian writer Shelley Parker-Chan has won two categories at the 2022 British Fantasy Awards. Parker-Chan took out both best fantasy novel and best newcomer for She Who Became the Sun... Read more
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UQP acquires Plozza middle-grade novel

UQP has acquired ANZ rights to Meet Me at the Moon Tree, a new middle-grade novel by Shivaun Plozza. Meet Me at the Moon Tree follows 10-year-old Carina grieving the... Read more

France to impose minimum €3 delivery fee for online orders

The French government has announced plans to impose a minimum €3 (A$4.50) delivery fee for online book orders of less than €35 (A$52), reports Reuters. The law is designed to... Read more
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Waiting for the Storks (Katrina Nannestad, ABC Books) x

Waiting for the Storks is the latest historical fiction title from Katrina Nannestad, transporting the reader to the Second World War and the time of Himmler’s Lebensborn Program, in which... Read more
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