Three writers of young adult fiction have been selected as the winners of the 2020 Affirm Press Mentorship Award in partnership with Varuna, which focused on YA and middle grade fiction submissions for the second year.
Affirm Press has acquired ANZ rights to big beautiful female theory by award-winning essayist, comics artist, critic and poet Eloise Grills.
Applications are now open for the Affirm Press Mentorship Award with Varuna. Now in its sixth year, the award will focus exclusively on Young Adult and middle-grade fiction (ages 9+) with sci-fi and fantasy themes for entries to the 2020 award.
The appointment of Tash Besliev is a key part of the strategic plan for the independent publisher’s kids list.
Affirm Press is proud to partner with Diversity Arts Australia and the Western Sydney literacy movement Sweatshop to publish After Australia, an anthology of speculative fiction created by writers from Indigenous and culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
We're looking for a junior to mid-level publicist to join our dynamic publicity and marketing team.
A UK/Australian co-production between See Pictures and Apogee Pictures has attracted an award-winning team for the production.
In 1901, the word ‘Bondmaid’ was discovered missing from the Oxford English Dictionary. This is the story of the girl who stole it.
Alice Robinson’s The Glad Shout has won the Readings Prize for New Australian Fiction, in the bookseller’s 50th anniversary year.
Three writers of middle grade fiction have been selected as the winners of the 2019 Affirm Press Mentorship Award in partnership with Varuna, which focuses on Young Adult and Middle Fiction manuscripts for the first time.