Last week, the Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund, alongside award trustee Perpetual, announced the 2021 Miles Franklin Literary Award shortlist, featuring six books by a mix of debut, early career and established authors.
We’re committed to growing FLEX with new resources, but we want to be guided by the content you’re most interested in, so we’ve created a new Content Request Form.
Reading Australia is looking forward to this year’s joint Australian Association for the Teaching of English (AATE) and Australian Literacy Educators’ Association (ALEA) conference, which will once again be presented online.
The Walkley Foundation’s mid-year awards celebrate excellence in Australian journalism, honouring the year’s best engaging stories, investigative skills and voice diversity.
Members, licensees and other stakeholders are invited to make submissions to the Code Reviewer about Copyright Agency’s compliance with the Code of Conduct for Collecting Societies in 2020–21.
Three directly-elected positions on the Copyright Agency’s Board come up for election this year – that of Author Director, Artist Director and Publisher Director.
The 2021 Miles Franklin Literary Award Shortlist.
Magpie Goose is a social enterprise founded by Maggie McGowan and Laura Egan. The fashion brand launched back in 2015 and since then they have produced several collections and collaborations of vibrant, ethically made fashions from First Nations art printed onto sustainable fabrics.
Image Credit: Anna Krien, 2021 Fellow for Non-Fiction Writing. Photo courtesy EMG. Robert Drewe 2021 Author Fellow, photo by Tracy Drewe.
11 Nov, 2021 to 14 Nov, 2021
Sydney Contemporary 2021