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Australian Reading Hour returned on Thursday 9 March 2023, with over 250+ events across the nation, and a special launch event at Parliament House in Canberra.
Applications for the 2023 Open Book: Australian Publishing Internship are now open.
Australia’s publishers today welcomed the Government’s support for reading, writers and books in the new National Cultural Policy announced by Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Arts Minister Tony Burke.
Sophie Splatt, of Allen & Unwin, is the 12th editorial fellow announced in this sought-after program that benefits the entire Australian book community.
Robin Derricourt shares his deep knowledge of the data behind the Australian publishing industry, after 11 years compiling the Australian Publishing Industry Report.
Australian publishers welcome the Grattan Institute’s recent report on improving curriculum planning, but raise concerns about some of the recommendations.
The distinguished Beatrice Davis Editorial Fellowship celebrates 30 years, with applications now open for 2023.
An overview of the Between the Covers, Behind the Counter seminar held on 14 September 2022.
Meet George Robertson recipient Erica Wagner to discover some of the changes she has experienced in over 30 years working within the industry.
Two International Rights networking events were held in September, with an update on the US Market and a roundtable discussion on the YA market.