ALIA National Conference program announced The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) has released the program for its National Conference, which runs from 15-19 September. Keynote... Read more
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The Undesirables by Mark Isaacs (Hardie Grant Books ISBN: 9781742708331) is generating considerable media controversy with front page news in the Sydney Morning Herald, an interview and extract syndicated to Fairfax papers and as the lead story on The Project this week. Order now to get your copies of this controversial book. Contact Roxy Ryan (email@example.com) for a full radio, TV, online and print schedule, or to organise an event.
Palgrave Macmillan is pleased to announce Thames and Hudson will begin sales and distribution for the Macmillan Art list from 1 April 2014.
Backorders will be transferred so please ensure you review your backorder report prior to 31 March 2014.
Credits for authorised returns must be finalised with Macmillan Distribution Services by 30 June 2014, return authorisations will close on 13 June. Please note: Thames and Hudson will not credit MDS invoiced stock.
Thames & Hudson Australia is pleased to announce that as of 1 April 2014 the sales and distribution of Macmillan Art will be through Thames & Hudson. For all sales enquiries please contact Thames & Hudson on (03) 9646 7788 and ADS for distribution and placing orders on Tel: (02) 43901300.
HarperCollins Australia would like to congratulate Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on winning the US National Book Critics Circle Award with her acclaimed novel, Americanah. Americanah has also been longlisted for the Baileys Women’s Fiction Prize (previously known as the Orange Prize).
Chimananda won the Orange Broadband Prize for Fiction in 2007 for Half of a Yellow Sun, which will be a feature film this month.
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After a hugely successful inaugural year, the Stella Prize will be announcing the 2014 shortlist at 12 noon AEDT on Thursday 20th March. The second-ever Stella Prize winner will be awarded in Sydney on the evening of Tuesday 29th April. The Stella Prize celebrates Australian women’s literature with a prize worth $50,000.
To register to receive our great Stella Prize shortlist POS materials including posters, bookmarks, shelftalkers and stickers, please contact Sarina Gale at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
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