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Oxford University Press Australia (Oxford) has acquired twenty-one law and business titles from CCH Australia (CCH). The acquisition is effective immediately.
Arrangements for first semester 2015 supply:
Orders currently held by CCH for in print titles will be supplied by CCH.
Effective immediately, new orders for the impacted titles ought to be directed to Oxford.
2015 editions scheduled for publication in February will be supplied by Oxford.
The arrangements also include a distribution arrangement which will enable Oxford to supply student packs that include CCH titles Australian Master Tax Guide, Australian Income Tax Legislation, Australian Master GST Guide and FBT Compliance Guide.
Standard Oxford Higher Education terms will apply on titles invoiced by Oxford. Customers are advised that returns for listed products purchased from CCH prior to the 29th of January can be returned to CCH in line with CCH’s returns policy. All listed products purchased from the 29th of January onwards will need to be purchased through OUP and will be subject to OUP’s returns policy.
Key contacts: Oxford customer service: Tiana Hokins 1300 650616 and email@example.com Oxford higher education sales: National Sales Manager Paul Muller 07 3374 4381 or your local Higher Education Territory Manager.
ABC Books and HarperCollins Publishersare delighted to congratulate Emma Ayres and Judith Rossell, whose wonderful books have been shortlisted for the 2015 Indie Book Awards. Ayres is shortlisted in the non-fiction category for her provocative, intelligent, surprising and funny memoir, Cadence, while Rossell’s darkly funny and deeply mysterious Victorian fantasy-adventure, Withering-by-Sea, is shortlisted in the children’s and YA category. Congratulations, Emma and Jude!
To order copies of Cadence (9780733331893) and Withering-by-Sea (9780733333002), please contact HEDS: 1300 551 721; firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to announce that from 1 February 2015 Human Kinetics Australia will be distributing in this region for Thieme Publishers from our warehouse in South Australia. Human Kinetics feels the cross-over with its sport, health and fitness range will be a good fit for Thieme’s medical range.
We look forward to working with you as we begin to distribute this exciting new range.
Congratulations to Alan Atkinson, who has won the eminent Victorian Prize for Literature for the third volume of The Europeans in Australia. Alan was also awarded the prize for non-fiction in the Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards 2015, announced on 28 February in Melbourne. An incredible achievement for a great historian and an important book. Congratulations to all the shortlisted authors and six winners.
To order The Europeans in Australia: Volume Three: Nation (ISBN: 9780868409979) contact TL Distribution (P: +61(2) 8778 9999, E: email@example.com)
Hachette Australia is thrilled to see these three talented authors shortlisted in the 2015 Indie Book Awards.
Favel Parrett’s When the Night Comes is shortlisted in the Fiction category. Maxine Beneba Clarke’s Foreign Soil and Brooke Davis’s Lost & Found have both been shortlisted in the Debut Fiction category.
Winners are announced on 25 March 2015.
To order copies of When the Night Comes (ISBN: 9780733626586), Lost & Found (ISBN: 9780733632754) and Foreign Soil (ISBN: 9780733632426) please contact Alliance Distribution Services customer service on toll-free fax 1800-664-477 or tel (02) 4390 1300.
Nero will be publishing Dietland, an exciting and startling debut novel by Sarai Walker. Dietland has already created major pre-BEA buzz, been picked as Publisher’s Marketplace Buzz Book for Spring/Summer 2015 and sold into France, Israel, Turkey and the Czech Republic.
Alice Sebold, best-selling author of The Lovely Bones heralds it as: ‘A call to arms. Devious, subversive, delightful, Dietland is a Scum Manifesto set to a pop music beat and Plum Kettle a feminist hero for the modern age.’
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