At the end of 2015, design manager Di Quick left UNSW Press Ltd after 32 years in the role.
She witnessed major changes in the industry during this time, designing a range of distinctive academic and trade books in the UNSW Press and NewSouth imprints.
Her exceptional designs of illustrated history books are widely recognised in the trade, especially by authors whose work has been enhanced by her attention to detail and understanding of book production.
Di Quick said: ‘I have enjoyed working with the people at the Press and will miss the close working relationships with many staff, suppliers and authors I have worked with over the years.’
She is looking forward to new creative opportunities in 2016 and all at NewSouth and UNSW wish Di well for her future.
After over 10 years Exisle will be running its own sales operation from early 2016. Exisle would like to thank Macmillan for their partnership and announce that Exisle books from 1 March will be distributed by Harper Entertainment Distribution Services (HEDS) with Exisle running its own sales operation.
Alliance Distribution Services will process return authorisations for Exisle titles until 5/2/16, and will accept returns for credit until 22/2/16. Exisle would like to thank ADS and the team at Macmillan for our 10 year association as we look forward to working with the HEDS team as we develop our own sales force in Australia.
As of 1 January 2016, the RRP of all Hardie Grant Publishing titles has changed from .95 cents to .99 cents. A full onix file is currently being distributed via sales reps. From now on all Hardie Grant Publishing titles, including agency titles, Hardie Grant Books, Hardie Grant Egmont and Hardie Grant Explore will end in a .99 cent price point. For further details please contact sales manager Simone Roberts at email@example.com.
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