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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... January 2019 of Books + Publishing News est. 2006 Books + Publishing News
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‘Kindred’ Anthology to Tour, Thanks to OzCo Funding, single work column

'A number of organisations and individuals were among the recipients of the Australia Council’s latest grants round, which awarded $6.6 million to almost 200 projects.'  (Introduction)

Book Industry Figures among 2019 Australia Day Honours Recipients, single work column

'A number of book industry figures have been recognised in the annual Australia Day honours.' 

Book Sales up Marginally in 2018; Five Australian Titles in Top 10, single work column

'Book sales grew marginally in Australia in 2018, with like-for-like growth up 1.3% in volume and 1.4% in value on the previous year, according to Nielsen BookScan.'

Tumarkin’s ‘Axiomatic’ Sold to US, single work column

'Brow Books has sold North American and Spanish-language rights to Axiomatic (Maria Tumarkin).'

ASA ‘Outraged’ by Unauthorised Lending of Scanned Books, single work column

'The Australian Society of Authors (ASA) has joined with international authors’ associations in condemning the activities of the Internet Archive’s Open Library in its unlicensed lending of scanned copies of physical books.' (Introduction)

Children’s Authors Honoured on Postage Stamps, single work column

'Australia Post is honouring five children’s authors on its ‘Australian legends of children’s literature’ postage stamp series, as part of its 2019 Legends Awards.'

Adler, MUP Board Directors Resign Amid University Tensions, single work column

'Melbourne University Publishing (MUP) CEO Louise Adler and four independent directors of the MUP board have resigned after the university proposed a new focus on scholarly publishing for the press, reports the Australian.' (Introduction)

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