The Australian Publishers Association (APA), the Australian Booksellers Association (ABA), the Australian Society of Authors (ASA) and the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) have... Read more
‘There are two unresolved questions in podcasting: discoverability and monetisation … how do you find and grow your audience? And how do you finance the creation of great content?’—Executive producer Astrid Edwards speaks about The Garret podcast in the first instalment of our ‘podcast spotlight’ series.
The International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA), the International Publishers Association (IPA) and the International Association of Scientific, Technical and Medical Publishers (STM) have issued... Read more
Elephant Tree Publishing is a small and independent publisher based in Canberra, Australia.
We are seeking well-written fiction and nonfiction with best-seller potential and international appeal. We want to hear from talented Australian and New Zealand authors who have a passion for writing, and encourage Indigenous authors to submit their work.
We welcome the submission of manuscripts and book proposals in the following categories: contemporary fiction, young adult fiction, children’s fiction (with or without illustrations), nonfiction.
Manuscripts can be submitted in complete form or as a partial manuscript including a full proposal or book outline.
Please be sure to also include the following items in your submission: Author biography, how you can promote your book (do you have a website, Facebook, blog, business etc), short synopsis of your book (500 words max), sample chapter or whole manuscript (as word document attachment or PDF if contains a lot of illustrations or photos)
I have a full shop fit for sale. Can have for $1000 just needs to be removed at your expense. We need it to be removed by the 15th April at the latest. Our business is Collins Booksellers, Fountain Gate. Please call if you have any further enquiries. Annie on 04 020 878 46.
Currency Press would like to announce that from 16 June 2018, its titles and those of its agencies, Nick Hern Books and Oberon Books will be distributed by Regency Media Distribution. NewSouth Books/TLD will accept returns until 15 September 2018, no returns will be accepted after this date.
All returns need to be approved in advance and will only be accepted if they are in line with our standard returns policy: the value cannot exceed 10% of the past 12 months sales and all returned stock must have been purchased in the previous 12 months. Further information re ordering through Regency Media Distribution will be announced shortly. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank NewSouth Books for their work on our behalf over the past 16 years.
The Queenscliffe Literary Festival, running 5–27 May 2018, is celebrating its fourth year. The festival features acclaimed and emerging Australian authors in conversation, at writing workshops and special events, across all weekends in May 2018, in the towns of Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale.
Keynote speakers include:
John Bell shares ‘My Life in Shakespeare’ (Saturday, 5 May)
Robert Dessaix speaks on his travels in ‘A Writer’s Walk Around the World’ (Sunday, 6 May).
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