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‘How can we expect anything other than a white and middle-class way of looking at the world if the key decision-makers are predominately white and middle-class? Diversity isn’t a trend, it’s a lived experience—claiming otherwise reduces FNPOC experiences down to the equivalent of a trending flame icon on Booktopia.’—Camha Pham for Kill Your Darlings on the continued lack of diversity in the Australian publishing industry despite increased demand for books by First Nations writers and people of colour.
HarperCollins Publishers is pleased to advise that effective 28 December, 2020 it will become the new home for Egmont Books (UK) in ANZ, taking over from Hardie Grant with January 2021 new titles onwards.
As the list transitions from Hardie Grant to HarperCollins, customers are asked to ensure that all payments for outstanding balances are made payable to the publisher that originated the relevant invoices and by the due date. Approved returns of Egmont Books (UK) sold by Hardie Grant will be accepted until 26 February, 2021. After this date, returns will only be accepted for titles sold and invoiced by HarperCollins Publishers.
All orders for January 2021 and beyond will be invoiced under HarperCollins’ discounts and payment terms.
Customers requiring further information are advised to contact HEDS Commercial Services on 1300 551 721.
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