Hachette Australia is thrilled to congratulate Maxine Beneba Clarke for winning the 2014 Hazel Rowley Literary fellowship.
The Fellowship will enable Maxine to travel the world, researching her family’s migration path from Africa through to Australia for part two of her memoir about growing up black in white middle-class Australia, The Hate Race, to be published by Hachette as part of her three book deal. Maxine has said “The Hazel Rowley Fellowship will make this life-changing journey, and my documentation of it, a reality”. Maxine’s first book, Foreign Soil, will be published in May.
The sales and distribution of Paperblanks is moving from Pan Macmillan at the end of March, 2014.
We are delighted to announce that Hardie Grant Books will represent the Paperblanks range to the Australian book trade with distribution through Random House.
Gift trade sales will continue to be represented through Paperblanks/AMP Gift Agents in ANZ.
The cutoff date for final Paperblanks orders via MDS is Friday 21st March. Hardie Grant Sales Reps will commence selling the Paperblanks Journal and 2015 Diary range from 1st April. Random House will commence shipping from 1st April. For all sales and marketing enquiries please contact Deborah McQuoid at Paperblanks on (02) 9904 5200. Visit us at www.paperblanks.com.au
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