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More than 300 expected to attend ABA conference 

22 June 2011

The Australian Booksellers Association (ABA) has confirmed that in excess of 300 members of the Australian bookselling community are expected to attend this year's ABA conference, to be held in...

Dymocks national conference 

9 August 2010

Dymocks welcomed representives of 70 stores and a total of 200 delegates to its national conference, which ran from 1 to 4 August at the Grand Chancellor in Hobart.Dymocks CEO...

In brief 

28 February 2010

Leading Edge ConferenceThe Leading Edge Books National Conference will be held this weekend, 6-8 March, in Hobart. Over 80 independent booksellers will be attending, and many publishers and authors will...

In brief 

13 October 2009

Australia Post bans three Popular Penguin titlesAustralia Post has banned the sale of Popular Penguin titles Lolita (Vladimir Nabokov), The History of S-xuality (Michel Foucault) and Delta of Venus (Anais Nin) at its...

NZ awards galore 

22 July 2008

The Sunday night of the recent Booksellers New Zealand conference saw the Penguin NZ-sponsored conference dinner and industry awards, held in Wellington's impressively restored Town Hall, which was decked out...

Booksellers NZ conference 

22 July 2008

The 87th annual Booksellers New Zealand conference was held in Wellington on Sunday and Monday. While the general feeling in the NZ trade is that times are tough--one industry veteran...

Winton a hit at 2008 Leading Edge conference 

11 March 2008

The 2008 Leading Edge Books conference, held in Alice Springs from 7 to 10 March, attracted ‘about 150' delegates from around Australia, as well as representatives from most Australian publishing...

Formal accreditation for editors a step closer? 

1 May 2007

The forthcoming Institute of Professional Editors National Conference, to be held in Hobart from 9 to 12 May, will include a presentation on the proposal for a national organisation of...