Copyright Agency Congratulates Aurealis Award Winners

The Copyright Agency congratulates the winners of the 2011 Aurealis Awards, announced at an event in Sydney on Saturday 12 May. The Awards recognise the best of Australian speculative fiction writing and this year over 20 authors and illustrators received prizes in the categories of science fiction, fantasy, horror, young adult and children’s fiction. The […]

Australian Author Anita Heiss

Anita Heiss Wins Deadly Award

The Copyright Agency congratulates author and member Anita Heiss who won the 2011 Deadly Award for Outstanding Achievement in Literature for her work, Paris Dreaming.  The Awards were announced at an event held at the Sydney Opera House on Tuesday 27 September. The Deadly Awards recognise the contribution that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders make to […]

Cultural Fund Supports RMIT Writer-in-Residence

The Copyright Agency Cultural Fund is proud to be supporting RMIT University’s newly appointed writer-in-residence, Kim Scott. Kim will be at RMIT until 14 October as part of the Cultural Fund-supported StoriesNOW program, under which RMIT will be hosting a series of creative residencies. The residencies are to run for one month and the practitioners will […]

2011 NSW Premier’s History Awards

The 2011 NSW Premier’s History Award winners were announced at an event in Sydney on 5 September. The Copyright Agency congratulates the following members who won awards in the below categories. YOUNG PEOPLE’ HISTORY AWARD Kirsty Murray for India Dark (Allen & Unwin) NSW COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL HISTORY PRIZE Stephen Gapps for Cabrogal to Fairfield City: […]

Authors Nominated for 2011 NSW Premier’s History Awards

The NSW Arts Minister George Souris announced the shortlist for the NSW Premier’s History Awards on 26 August. The Awards promote excellence in the interpretation of history and play a role in establishing standards in historical research and publication. The Copyright Agency congratulates the members shortlisted in the book-related categories below: Australian History Prize Joy Damousi […]

Shortlist for 2011 Qld Premier’s Literary Awards

Queensland Premier Anna Bligh announced the shortlists for the 2011 Queensland Premier’s Literary Awards on 22 August. In a statement on the announcement Premier Bligh said that ‘This year’s shortlist includes passionate, inspiring, educational and humorous works by some of Australia’s great writers, reflecting the incredible literary talent thriving in Queensland and throughout Australia.’ The […]

Australian Author Anita Heiss

Shortlist for 2011 Deadly Awards

The Deadly Awards are the national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music, sport, entertainment and community awards, recognising the contribution of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to their community and to Australian society. On 18 July, Vibe Australia announced the shortlist for 2011 awards at a ceremony at the Sydney Opera House. The Copyright Agency congratulates […]

Copyright Agency Releases Results from Digital Publishing Trends Survey

After almost two decades of hype and speculation predicting a digital book revolution, the past 12-18 months have seen some major developments that could herald a turning point in the broad adoption of digital publishing in Australia. Few could have missed the high profile launches of products such as the Apple iPad or Google eBooks; […]

Image Credit: Author Fellow, Rodney Hall. Photo by Ross Bird. Non-Fiction Fellow, Krissy Kneen. Photo by Anthony Mullins. Visual Artist Fellow, Khaled Sabsabi. Photo by Khaled Sabsabi.

Image Credit: 2020 Reading Australia Fellow, Karen Yager. Photo by Paul Wright.

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