CBCA winner Gwyn Perkins recently answered some questions from a class of curious Year Two students and his sense of humour shines through so brightly that we wanted to share the Q&A here.
We recently celebrated the launch of John Tesarsch’s brilliant third novel, Dinner with the Dissidents, where Lee Kofman shared some of her insights into this literary thriller, set in the tumultuous times of 1970s Moscow.
In the spirit of the ‘Literary Tattoos’ session at Melbourne Writers Festival, where festival-goers can get inked with a book-related design, the Affirm Press team reveals what our own literary tattoos would be.
Australian production company Carver Films (Snowtown, Sunshine) has partnered with prestigious US-based production company Anonymous Content (True Detective, 13 Reasons Why, The Revenant, Babel, Spotlight) to win the screen rights to Christian White’s chart-topping thriller, The Nowhere Child.
There’s something magical happening in Australian publishing.
A Walk in the Bush Wins CBCA Picture Book of the Year, The Very Noisy Baby Named Honour Book for Early Childhood.
A whimsical picture book inspired by the wilderness in NSW by debut author/illustrator, Gwyn Perkins, was the first ever book released on the Affirm Press kids list.
Two previous winners of the award have gone on to sign publishing deals with Affirm Press.
We’re rapt that two of our kids books have made the 2018 shortlist for the Children Book Council of Australia Awards (CBCA).
Flood Debris, was chosen as the best entry in the Affirm Press/Tablo ‘The Perfect Crime’ competition.
Martin Hughes (with senior editor Ruby Ashby-Orr) explores what it means to shape a better culture and create safer workplaces.