Aboriginal Studies Press (ASP) is the publishing arm of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS). ASP publishes about six titles each year, providing a view of Australian history that might otherwise remain invisible. Authors are indigenous and non-indigenous academic and general writers. The list includes books written collaboratively by Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal writers.
The ACT Writers Centre promotes writing-based culture and supports the rights and interests of writers throughout the ACT and region. The Centre also acts as an information and liaison centre for writers, publishers, and educational institutions. Members have access to the resource library, meeting room, and office equipment. The Centre publishes a monthly magazine with regional and national information on literary events and opportunities.
Affirm Press and Varuna the National Writers House are thrilled to announce that applications are now open online for The Affirm Press Mentorship Award. This creative partnership offers up to three writers developing exceptional new work the opportunity to work with the Affirm Press publishing team while in residence at Varuna in the Blue Mountains NSW.
Official journal of the Heraldry and Genealogy Society of Canberra.
APWT welcomes all established and emerging writers, poets, screenwriters, translators, as well as literary agents, publishers and teachers of creative writing. This conference seeks to stimulate discussion and showcase new work that engages our audience. This year the conference offers two streams: a non-academic stream for panel presentations; and a stream for refereed academic papers.
Current politics/affairs publication. Contains articles on political, economic, social, cultural, historical, philosophical and scientific issues that are relevant to Australian public affairs.
Archaeology news, historical research, and articles regarding the ancient world, especially the Middle East.
Features Australian and international political, social and cultural commentary from a critical and/or left perspective.
Asia Pacific Writers & Translators Inc. (APWT) is an incorporated not for profit association that promotes literature from the dynamic and culturally diverse Asia Pacific region. APWT exists to support the careers of writers from the region. Membership is open to established authors and emerging writers, literary translators, literary agents, publishers, teachers and students of creative writing, and screen writers.
Asialink is Australia's leading centre for the promotion of public understanding of the countries of Asia and of Australia's role in the region. We are a key provider of information, training and professional networks.
Auckland University Press currently publishes around 25 books a year. With traditional strengths in history and politics, art and architecture, literature and poetry, Maori, Pacific and Asian Studies, the Press is also developing lists in science, business and health.
An independent publisher established over 20 years ago with offices in London and Sydney. Aurora Metro have published authors such as Germaine Greer, Suchen Christine Lim, Avi Sirlin, Sandro Martini, and more. Publishes fiction, non-fiction, biography, drama and playscripts, travel, and cookery books.
Specialises in health, social, political and organisational issues associated with aged care, the ageing process and the ageing population. A thoughtful and highly informed resource for aged care providers, retirement living operators, government, academics, clinicians and carers.
Australia's premier literary magazine of review and comment. Publishes reviews, essays, commentary and new writing. Committed to highlighting the full range of critical and creative writing from around Australia.
Whether you are looking to up-skill to improve your career prospects or are looking for an exciting new career opportunity, you will find a course to meet your needs in the Australian College's extensive course catalogue. Once you enrol, you not only get the course material but you will also get trainer guidance to help you through the course and answer any questions that you have. With over 100 courses on offer, Australian College will help meet your educational and career needs.
The Australian Copyright Council is an independent, non-profit organisation. Founded in 1968, we represent the peak bodies for professional artists and content creators working in Australia’s creative industries and Australia’s major copyright collecting societies. They are advocates for the contribution of creators to Australia’s culture and economy; the importance of copyright for the common good. The Australian Copyright Council work to promote understanding of copyright law and its application, lobby for appropriate law reform and foster collaboration between content creators and consumers.
Magazine devoted to the country way of home decorating. Features room decorations and furnishings, practical tips and techniques, antiques and collecting, and profiles of people who decorate in country style.
Celebrates the diversity of modern country living. Features people, homes, gardens, food and living in country Australia.
The Australian Historical Association is a national organisation of historians, academics, professionals and others, working in all fields of history. Its members number around 800, including universities, libraries and other affiliates.
Home and lifestyle magazine, including interiors, furnishings, gardening, cooking, entertaining and family features.
Formed to provide a public presence and point of contact for literary agents and their staff. Members of the association are required to adhere to the principles outlined in the code of practice.
Publisher of scholarly books, periodicals and electronic products for all academic disciplines. Under the Arcadia imprint, a publisher of general books, principally history, biography and fiction. Specialisation: Academic and general non-fiction, history, biography, lifestyle, information, corporate, fiction.
The ASA promotes and protects the professional interests of Australian literary creators, setting minimum recommended rates of pay for authors and illustrators, providing information about minimum recommended terms for contracts for writers and illustrators and campaigning for author and illustrator rights to government and industry. The ASA also provides a contract assessment service, individual advice for members, mentorships, professional development events and awards.
One of Australia's richest and most prestigious awards for an unpublished manuscript by a writer under the age of 35. Entrants must normally be residents of Australia. Entries must be either works of fiction, Australian history or biography. Full requirements are on the entry form, available from website or in The Australian newspaper.
Directed to collectors of Australiana including fine and decorative arts. Most present new and original research on art, furniture, ceramics, silver, jewellery, books, architecture, fashion, photography, crafts and history.