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The Helpline: 5 Reasons Why Good Writing Gets Rejected

The Helpline is a blog series designed to help guide authors through the process of submitting a manuscript to a publisher. Here’s our first instalment...

Boundless Indigenous Writer’s Mentorship Q&A with John Morrissey

We caught up with John Morrissey, winner of the 2020 Boundless Indigenous Writer’s Mentorship to ask about his experience so far...

November New Books and Giveaway

As November arrives, bringing some much-needed light at the end of a long, dark year, we have some wonderful books waiting to take you away from it all...

Find Consolation in a Great Book

Garry Disher, Australia’s master of rural noir, returns this November with a gripping new novel: Consolation...

5 Reasons I Love The Mirror Visitor Series

Tamsien West is a creative influencer, book reviewer, photographer and all-round lover of words. She’s best known for her beautiful #bookstagram account, Babbling Books, but we also know her as one of the biggest fans of Christelle Dabos’s Mirror Visitor fantasy series. 

In conversation with Marie Darrieussecq

Marie Darrieussecq talks to us about her latest novel, Crossed Lines – a sensitive and timely critique of a woman’s midlife, middle-class crisis of conscience.

October New Books and Giveaway

As we greet the tenth month of the year, we present for your reading pleasure ten splendid new books.

The Common Room: Show Me Where it Hurts

Show Me Where it Hurts is a powerful account of a life with an invisible illness, explored through a lens of pop music, art, literature, TV, film and online culture. And by popular vote it’s our Common Room  pick for October...

2020 Michael Gifkins Prize Winner

The 2020 Michael Gifkins Prize for an Unpublished Novel is awarded to Gigi Fenster for A Good Winter.

Joey Bui wins a Queensland Literary Award

Text Publishing is delighted to announce that Joey Bui has won the $15,000 University of Southern Queensland Steele Rudd Award for a Short Story Collection for her debut, Lucky Ticket.

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