This post is courtesy of Nielsen Book Australia, who found that books with complete bibliographic records sell better than those without.
Griffith Review is once again offering fifteen subscriptions to celebrate their latest release – Griffith Review 70: Generosities of Spirit.
Copyright Agency CEO Adam Suckling writes to wish members all the very best for the holiday season. Have a restful and festive summer break.
This month we’ll be running our first distributions through our new system for universities, media monitoring companies and artwork licences.
The Cultural Fund has some exciting funding opportunities for individuals to apply before Easter next year!
Penguin Random House’s Fire Flood Plague (edited by Sophie Cunningham) contains newly-commissioned writing reflecting on the impact of 2020.
This post is courtesy of our colleagues at Nielsen Book Australia, who examined how COVID-19 affected consumer reading habits.
The 2020 UNSW Press Bragg Prize for Science Writing, supported by the Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund, has been awarded to Ceridwen Dovey for her story, ‘True Grit’, about the baffling nature of moondust. Established by UNSW Press, the Bragg Prize honours the best short non-fiction piece on science written for a general audience. The UNSW […]