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19 July 2018


Tuffield joins UQP x

UQP has announced the appointment of Aviva Tuffield to the publishing team. Tuffield joins UQP this week but will remain based in Melbourne. She will acquire fiction and nonfiction for the Brisbane-based publisher, and will... Read more


Caro, Coslovich, Falconer win in Walkley Mid-Year Awards

The winners of the Walkley Mid-Year Awards have been announced. Jane Caro won the Walkley Foundation’s Women’s Leadership in Media Award for the nonfiction book she edited Unbreakable: Women Share... Read more
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HarperCollins signs Treasure for two-book deal

HarperCollins has acquired world rights to White Horses by commercial fiction author Rachael Treasure in a two-book deal, via Margaret Connolly at Margaret Connolly and Associates. White Horses tells the... Read more


NewSouth to publish official history of Australian operations in Iraq, Afghanistan and East Timor x

The Australian War Memorial (AWM) has awarded a tender to NewSouth Publishing to publish The Official History of Australian Operations in Iraq & Afghanistan and Australian Peacekeeping Operations in East... Read more
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Affirm Press acquires Fiona Hardy's debut middle-grade novel ‘Rosebud’

Affirm Press has acquired ANZ rights to debut middle-grade novel Rosebud by Readings bookseller Fiona Hardy. Rights were negotiated by agent Danielle Binks of Jacinta di Mase Management. Due to be published... Read more


‘Terry’s Dumb Dot Story’ raises over $140k for charity

Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton, in partnership with Pan Macmillan Australia, have donated $141,613 to charity from the sale of their short story Terry’s Dumb Dot Story. Published on 27 February,... Read more
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Charnock wins 2018 Arthur C Clarke Award

Anne Charnock’s Dreams Before the Start of Time (Amazon Publishing) has won the 2018 Arthur C Clarke Award for science-fiction, reports the Guardian. Set in London in 2034, Dreams Before the... Read more



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