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Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) is pleased to announce the appointment of Libby Baulch in the new role of Policy Director, leading CAL’s recently established Policy & Government Relations division.
In a world that exists on free trade agreements there are few cultural differences that separate societies as uniquely as books. In countries like France and Germany, it is part of their cultural identity to publish local authors for a local market.
Michael McGirr probably had The Lost Art of Sleep in his mind while he had the insomnia suffered by any parent of young babies.
THE COURIER MAIL: QUEENSLANDERS are fond of reminding visitors we live in a vast state but few of us have seen as much of it as Deborah Conway has in the past year.
Acclaimed New Zealand poet, musician, producer and teacher of creative writing, Hinemoana Baker (pronounced Hini-mo-an-a) begins her journey as the Arts Queensland’s 2009 Poet-in-Residence.
Nominations sought for 2010 Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature.
The Byron Bay Writers’ Festival is “uniquely Australian” says its Artistic Director.
Discover the (un)common tongue at the 8th annual Overload Poetry Festival from 4-13 September 2009.
The argument of graffiti and vandalism is a tough one – with potential to divide the artist, the press, the taxpayer, the property owner, the law makers and breakers.
Hubert Knabe, controversial author of ‘The Perpetrators amongst us.’
The Australian Society of Authors (ASA) has been heartened by the unanimous support of the board of the Authors Guild in the USA for the maintenance of the current restrictions on the parallel importation of books into Australia.
Australians can now sign up to SourceBottle, a new social media site that connects journalists and sources at no cost.
VIET NAM NEWS: Copyright violation of books and other publications had increased to an alarming level, participants warned at a seminar on copyright piracy in HCM City on Thursday.
Final call for entries for the Melbourne Prize for Literature 2009 and Best Writing Award 2009.
The Northern Territory Library is calling on Territorians to share their stories and memories for an online collection called 'Territory Stories'.
NORTHERN TERRITORY NEWS: A SONG which has become an Australian anthem will be immortalised in a children's book.
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: ROYAL ASCOT winner Scenic Blast is a dominant favourite to add Friday's Darley July Cup at Newmarket to his King's Stand Stakes triumph.
ABC ARTS ONLINE: It's 1976. Stephen M Irwin is walking home from primary school on a glorious winter's day, the sky above clear and blue.
VIETNAM NEWS: HCM CITY — Five children’s bestsellers by author Nguyen Nhat Anh will be available in bookstores in late November in new comic-book form.
ALARAB ONLINE: Entitled "Contemporary Art in the Middle East", the book is published by renowned London-based publishing house, black dog publishing as part of their ARTWORLD series.
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