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Scribe, Varuna partner on new mentorship program

3 July 2019

Scribe and Varuna, The Writers’ House, have partnered to offer a new mentorship program to three writers. The partnership combines a Varuna residency with an intensive mentorship with Scribe editors....

Scribe acquires ‘major title’ on women of ISIS 

4 April 2019

Scribe has acquired UK and Commonwealth rights to The Guest House for Young Widows: the women of ISIS, by journalist, writer and academic Azadeh Moaveni. Scribe publisher Henry Rosenbloom describes...

Scribe acquires McKay’s debut novel

13 February 2019

Scribe has acquired world rights to Laura Jean McKay’s debut novel, The Animals in That Country, a literary spec-fic novel that imagines a world in which humans and animals might finally...

Douglas-Kinghorn wins 2018 Scribe Nonfiction Prize

19 November 2018

Zowie Douglas-Kinghorn has won the 2018 Scribe Nonfiction Prize for Young Writers for her entry ‘The Invisible Sea’. Douglas-Kinghorn was selected from a shortlist of nine writers and receives a cash...

Webb-Pullman awarded Frankfurt Fellowship

19 September 2018

Scribe associate publisher Marika Webb-Pullman has been awarded a fellowship by Frankfurt Book Fair (FBF). Webb-Pullman is one of 16 book industry professionals to receive the Frankfurt Fellowship, and was...

Scribe acquires new books by Elson, Carroll

1 June 2018

Scribe has acquired rights to a number of new titles, including a biography of post-punk musician Rowland S Howard by Melbourne-based bookseller and writer Gerard Elson. Titled Something Flammable: Approaching...

Scribe signs second nonfiction prize winner

20 February 2015

Scribe has announced that it has signed another winner of its Scribe Nonfiction Prize for Young Writers.Briohny Doyle was the co-winner of the inaugural prize in 2013, along with Oliver...