ABIA Awards 2021

Julia Baird’s Phosphorescence: On Awe, Wonder & Things that Sustain You when the World Goes Dark has won Book of the Year at the 2021 Australian Book Industry Awards, held on Wednesday night at Carriageworks in association with the Sydney Writers’ festival. The prestigious award was this year presented by screen star Cate Blanchett via […]

Be a part of the growing FLEX platform

Libraries in private colleges all around Australia are using FLEX to manage compliance and compile course material for their students.

EPAAs Q&A with Colin Ho

With the EPAAs fast approaching, we spoke to the Colin Ho about their development and their significance for educational publishers.

EPAAs gear up for first ever virtual event

We’re counting down to the presentation of the 2020 Educational Publishing Awards Australia (EPAAs) on Thursday 3 September!

Bluey earns top honour at this year’s ABIAs

Not even the COVID-19 pandemic could stop the book industry’s night of nights, as the 2020 Australian Book Industry Awards (ABIAs) were announced via live-stream on Wednesday 13 May. The virtual event was supported by a who’s who of presenters, including APA President Lee Walker, prolific author and proud Wiradjuri woman Anita Heiss, and former […]

Copyright Agency releases $375,000 and brings forward Cultural Fund grants in COVID-19 support

Copyright Agency announces a full program of support for writers, visual artists and publishers in the face of the severe challenges they face as a result of COVID-19. Under this program, Copyright Agency will provide an additional $375,000 in grants to creators, as well as bring forward to the first quarter of next financial year […]

AAP closure: how do we sustain news content?

This op-ed by Copyright Agency CEO Adam Suckling originally appeared in The Weekend Australian. The recent announcement that Australian Associated Press will close is not only terrible news for AAP journalists, credible news reporting, and transparency, it is also a strong example of what happens when digital platforms take too much of the value of […]

Creators unite for bushfire relief

An outpouring of generosity from Australia’s arts community has seen over half a million dollars raised for the online #AuthorsForFireys appeal. Inspired by a 2017 fundraiser for asylum seekers, authors Emily Gale and Nova Weetman launched a bushfire relief auction on Twitter. The #AuthorsForFireys hashtag went viral, attracting more than 1,300 lots from more than […]

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Image Credit: Ceiling design incorporating Margaret Preston’s Tea-tree and Hakea Petiolaris (detail), 1936 © Estate of Margaret Preston/Copyright Agency. Photo courtesy of Monash University.

Image Credit: Copyright Agency CEO, Adam Suckling. Photo supplied.

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