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Australasian Authors' Agency Australasian Authors' Agency i(A36865 works by) (Organisation) assertion (a.k.a. H. H. Champion, Australasian Author's Agency; A.A.A.)
Born: Established: 1906 Melbourne, Victoria, ; Died: Ceased: 1922 Melbourne, Victoria,
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H. H. Champion founded the Australasian Authors' Agency in 1906, at an office in Whitehall, Bank Place, Melbourne. Champion advertised a charge for reading and advising on manuscripts, and another for getting material published, and represented writers such as Dorothea Mackellar, Martin Boyd and Marjorie Barnard.

Champion published the work of a number of Australian authors under the Australian Authors' Agency imprint, including Mackellar and Boyd, and Frank Wilmot and Capel Boake. He published a range of creative writing arising from the First World War, such as work by Trooper Gerardy, Frederick Loch and Geoffrey Wall.

Publishing ceased with Champion's bankruptcy in 1922.

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