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RMIT, CAL announce inaugural WrICE fellows 

4 February 2014

The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) and the Copyright Agency (CAL)’s Cultural Fund have announced a new Asia-Pacific fellowship program for Australian writers. As part of the inaugural Writers...

St Leger appointed to Copyright Agency 

5 February 2013

Murray St Leger has been appointed deputy chief executive of Copyright Agency and Viscopy, effective immediately. St Leger, a former managing director of McGraw-Hill Australia, has been working as a...

EWF announces digital publication mentorships 

30 November 2012

The Emerging Writers’ Festival (EWF) is calling for applications for a six-month digital publication mentorship in 2013. The festival said in a statement that it is looking for three writers...

CAL becomes Copyright Agency, reveals new logo 

10 October 2012

The Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) has rebranded with a new logo and name. ‘We’re no longer referring to the organisation as “CAL”,’ it said. ‘We’ve gone back to using a...

‘Griffith Review’ Novella Project winners announced 

10 October 2012

The Griffith Review has announced the winners of its Novella Project. When the journal announced the competition, a partnership with the Copyright Agency that sought ‘the best original novellas from citizens or residents of...

Pinerolo receives CAL funding for illustrator residencies 

24 July 2012

Pinerolo, the Children’s book cottage in Blackheath in the Blue Mountains, will receive Copyright Agency Ltd (CAL) funding for its four residencies for emerging and established illustrators of children’s books. Four...

New website to promote Australian literature

11 July 2012

The Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) has announced it will soon launch a new website to promote Australian literature. Plans for the Reading Australia project were unveiled last week at the...

Queensland Literary Awards receives $20,000 from CAL

15 June 2012

The Queensland Literary Awards (QLA), the volunteer-led awards that have replaced the axed Queensland Premier’s Awards, has received $20,000 from the Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) Cultural Fund to administer and...

ACCC approves service agreement between CAL and Viscopy 

5 June 2012

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has approved a service agreement between the Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) and Viscopy Limited, the not-for-profit rights management organisation for the visual arts...

NSW tribunal to consider Judith Wright poetry case

28 May 2012

An application has been made to the New South Wales Consumer, Trader and Tenancy Tribunal (CTTT) by publisher Gumquest/Editions Tom Thompson (ETT) Imprint regarding the publication of poems from Judith Wright’s...

CAL launches online rights clearance portal 

8 May 2012

The Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) has launched a new online portal for rights clearances. RightsPortal is designed to provide transactional rights clearance for users to reuse published works as well...