‘I want to stake a claim for literature as an essential social benefit, in and of itself’—in her acceptance speech, Charlotte Wood explains why she will not be donating her Stella Prize-winnings to another social cause
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Omnibus Press (Music Sales) is moving its sales and distribution for Australia and New Zealand from Pan Macmillan to Woodslane from July 1. Alliance Distribution Services will authorise returns for titles within trading terms until 30 June 2016. Authorised returns must be received by ADS no later than 19 August 2016 for credit. Woodslane will not accept returns for titles invoiced by ADS.
NewSouth Books congratulates its publishers included in the Children’s Book Council of Australia’s Notable Books of 2016.
In the Picture Book of the Year category: Numerical Street (NewSouth Publishing), One Step at a Time (MidnightSun Publishing) and Where’s Jessie? (NLA Publishing). And in the Eve Pownall Award for Information Books: Australian Kids Through the Years (NLA Publishing), Lennie the Legend: Solo to Sydney by Pony (NLA Publishing), Phasmid: Saving the Lord Howe Island Stick Insect (CSIRO Publishing), and Prehistoric Marine Life in Australia’s Inland Sea (Museum Victoria).
As a result of Parallax Press moving its Sales and Distribution to Random House in the US, Random House Australia will take over distribution in Australia from 1 May 2016. NewSouth Books, will accept authorised returns in accordance with their policy provided goods are returned before 30 September 2016. Please contact TL Distribution on (02) 8778 9999 or firstname.lastname@example.org for any queries on such returns.
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