Tasmanian publisher Transportation Press has announced plans to publish a second collection of short stories from Tasmania and abroad.‘The Third Script will include stories from Tasmania, the UK and Iran, and further Transportation Press’ aim to illuminate Tasmanian literature through inspired connections,’ said the publisher in a callout for submissions.The publisher’s first collection, Islands and Cities, featured short stories from London
Digital-first publisher Editia has won a $5000 Walkley Grant for Innovation in Journalism.
The grants offer seed funding for innovative projects that will benefit Australian journalism, with funding from Google Australia and the Copyright Agency. Editia will use the funding to publish a print and ebook anthology of the finalists in the Walkley Awards
- Sofie Laguna on the growing public awareness around domestic violence
Following reports of its record-breaking sales overseas, E L James’ Grey (Arrow), a retelling of Fifty Shades of Grey (Arrow) from the character Christian Grey’s perspective, Read more...
Penguin Random House (PRH) Australia will launch its first local digital serial in July.Lethal in Love, a six-part serialised suspense romance by Australian author Michelle Somers, Read more...
Literary journal Overland and the National Union of Workers (NUW) have announced the shortlists for the inaugural Fair Australia Prize.
Shortlists have been released for the Essay Read more...
The Girl on the Train, Paula Hawkins, Doubleday
Memory Man, David Baldacci, Macmillan
Yes! No (Maybe...):Tom Gates, Liz Pichon, Scholastic
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