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Snapshot 2014: Paul Collins (Ford Street Publishing)

Paul Collins has written many books, mostly for younger readers. He is best known for his fantasy and science fiction titles: The Jelindel Chronicles and The Quentaris Chronicles (co-edited with Michael Pryor). Paul has edited many anthologies which include Trust Me!, Metaworlds and Australia’s … Continue reading

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Snapshot 2014: Wolfgang Bylsma (Gestalt Publishing)

Wolfgang serves as Editor-in-Chief and Managing Director for Australia’s leading independent graphic novel publishing house, Gestalt. He has a passion for encouraging creative endeavours with both individuals and communities.  Wolf has also acted as an industry mentor through the Australian Society … Continue reading

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Snapshot 2014: Sue Wright (Tiny Owl Workshop)

Tiny Owl Workshop is a very small publisher based in Brisbane. Sue Wright is the Tiny Owl go to person. She has too many teapots, too many books, and a mild obsession with pop surrealist art and doodling. 1. Tiny … Continue reading

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Snapshot 2014: Keith Stevenson (coeur de lion)

Keith Stevenson is a speculative fiction writer, editor, reviewer, publisher and podcaster. In 2014 he launched Dimension6 magazine and began reviewing speculative fiction for the Newtown Review of Books. His new science fiction novel Horizon will be published by Harper Impulse in early December. 1. … Continue reading

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Snapshot 2014: Mark Harding

Mark has worked in books and publishing for several years, starting out as a bookseller with Shearer’s Bookshop before making the move to publishing. He’s helped run the When Genres Attack literary events that take place in Sydney, and also … Continue reading

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So you’ve written a book… What now?

Today I presented for CBCA Tasmania on the topic of publishing. It was a well attended session and I thoroughly enjoyed both the preparation of the presentation and the talk itself. I spoke for nearly an hour and a half … Continue reading

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