Martin Hughes (with senior editor Ruby Ashby-Orr) explores what it means to shape a better culture and create safer workplaces.
Affirm Press has hit reprint on another 10,000 copies of the highly anticipated thriller The Nowhere Child.
This year application fees will be halved and a travel bursary provided for successful entrants with health care cards to make the award more accessible for low-income writers.
It was an intense and inspiring week. My first meeting with the editors became a three-hour discussion of my manuscript. I’d been working alone for years on my story; to talk about it with editors who had read my work deeply was my idea of heaven.
‘Profit-for-purpose books like this could be risky projects but, with the support of the booksellers, The Silver Sea has exceeded expectations ...'
I have wanted to make a book about colour for young children for some time. As well as helping them make sense of the world, it’s a child’s first experience of the aesthetic, of art really, and of a visual, sensory, and emotional response.
Celebrate the ‘slow’ qualities of books—an ancient technology successfully withstanding the digital transformation of the world, created by devoted experts and curated by passionate people.
This call-out is for fiction or narrative non-fiction around the theme, ‘The Perfect Crime’.
I can’t go past our local literature. Victoria’s south-west is blessed with lots of literary talent.
Here are a few of our holiday favourites.