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‘Australian governments in the period since 1946 have significantly sup-ported and shaped publishing and literary culture. By the end of the century, federal support included Public Lending Right, Book Bounty, book marketing programs, school library acquisition programs and marketing campaigns for books and book exporters.This was complemented by state government funding for literary organisations, publishing grants, and writers' grants and prizes. Motivated by a mix of social, economic, cultural and education policy goals, these direct and indirect measures helped shape the output, circulation and status of Australian literature.’(Introduction 165)

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    y separately published work icon Paper Empires : A History of the Book in Australia 1946-2005 Craig Munro (editor), Robyn Sheahan-Bright (editor), St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2006 Z1275326 2006 anthology criticism (taught in 3 units) The second of a series of studies of Australian book production and consumption. The work is organised into three sections: 'The Rise of Publishing ', 'Book Business' and 'Reaching Readers'. Within each grouping are chapters on related subjects, in some cases accompanied by illustrative case studies. St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2006 pg. 165-173
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