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Mary Dalmau and colleagues thanks all those who helped make the 2012 Crime & Justice festival a success in its fifth year, and first year in the literary heart of Collins Street. In particular, we thank Simon Clews and Benno Rentinck without whom we would not be able to run this unique festival. Special thanks to Allison Belcher and her colleagues at The Melbourne Athenaeum Library and Kay Craddock of Kay Craddock-Antiquarian Bookseller. We are honoured to partner with Allison and Kay in new literary initiatives for Collins Street and Melbourne. Anne at the Collins Street Baptist Church and Lynda at The Stamford Plaza Melbourne were major supporters of our festival. Of course, the festival would not happen without our authors, publishers, booksellers and volunteers. Thanks to our International Patron, Ian Rankin, for his generous support of this one-of-a-kind festival and to Kerry Greenwood, our Australian patron, who is unfailingly loyal to us. On to next year….Mary Dalmau
Aboriginal Studies Press congratulates Russell McGregor on his shortlisting for the 2012 NSW Premier’s History Award – Australian History Prize for his book Indifferent Inclusion: Aboriginal people and the Australian nation. ISBN 9780855757793 RRP $39.95. Aboriginal Studies Press titles are distributed by Newsouth Books.
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