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‘Booksellers can take the lead in their communities, and in the trade—where there is already a high awareness of the challenge—and the green manifesto is designed as a key step in committing to doing more to be sustainable and ethical.’—UK Booksellers Association managing director Meryl Halls on the launch of the trade body’s green bookselling manifesto.
Murdoch Books is pleased to announce it will publish The Truth Will Set You Free, But First It Will Piss You Off! by Gloria Steinem later this year, in Australia on 5 November and the United Kingdom on 1 November.
The hardback book is a stunningly illustrated collection of Steinem’s reflections, anecdotes and most powerful and pithy quotes, forming a treatise on what she believes matters most to women today.
For decades people from around the world have found inspiration, guidance, humour and recognition in Steinem’s words. Since her early days as a journalist and feminist activist, Steinem’s philosophies have helped define generations of women.
‘The time is perfect for a collection that not only celebrates Gloria Steinem’s huge contribution to feminism but brings new readers to her work and words,’ publisher Jane Morrow said.
This memorable anthology covers topics including relationships, work and activism, and features an introduction written by Steinem earlier this year.
Publishing Director Lou Johnson says Steinem’s new book is a perfect addition to the conversation-starters category on the Murdoch Books list.
‘We couldn’t be more excited to welcome one of the world’s most revered and influential thought leaders to Murdoch Books. Gloria Steinem’s contribution to the global conversation on feminism is extraordinary and we are thrilled to be playing a role in bringing that conversation to people around the world. On a personal level, this is exactly the kind of book I want to share with my daughters,’ Johnson said.
Simon & Schuster Australia is pleased to announce a new sales and distribution partnership with independent publisher, Inner Traditions/Bear & Company in Australia and New Zealand from 1 October 2019.
Inner Traditions/Bear & Company titles previously distributed by Brumby Sunstate will not be accepted by Harper Entertainment Distribution Services (HEDS) for return. Authorised returns relating to orders placed with Brumby Sunstate should be sent back to Brumby Sunstate by 31 December 2019. Backorders can now be placed at HEDS for October 2019 new releases onwards, send orders to email@example.com. Backlist titles will be available to order from 1 October onwards.
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