Number 3 chiller
Mark 3 January 2018 in your calendars, writers of Australia and New Zealand, because that’s the date entries open for the $10,000 Annual Text Prize for Young Adult & Children’s Writing.
Submissions open 3 January and close 2 February, 2018.
The Text Prize aims to discover great new books for young adults and children by Australian and New Zealand writers.
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Well, delete all the others and have a look at what your loyal Texters have been reading and enjoying this year.
The NZ Society of Authors (PEN NZ INC) Te Puni Kaitahu O Aotearoa and Melbourne-based Text Publishing are pleased to announce the judging panels for the 2018 inaugural Michael Gifkins Prize.
Text is pleased to announce that Anaesthesia Kate Cole-Adams and The Trauma Cleaner by Sarah Krasnostein have been shortlisted for the 2018 Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for Non-fiction.
Text is pleased to announce that Australia Day by Melanie Cheng and The Restorer by Michael Sala have been shortlisted for the 2018 Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for Fiction.
Quicksilver by Nicholas Rothwell has won the 2017 Prime Minister’s Literary Award for Non-Fiction.
Helen Garner has won a 2017 Walkley Award for Excellence in Journalism for feature writing (longform) for her piece ‘Why She Broke: The Woman, her Children and the Lake’, which originally featured in The Monthly and also appears in her latest collection from Text Publishing, True Stories: The Collected Short Non-Fiction.
And Text milks another family member for cold, hard, free publicity.
This time our trusty reviewer is Mr John Menzies, father of digital manager, Allison Menzies.
On with the review!
December is nigh!
With new books and giveaways!
Read on for seasonal cheer and carolling.
Text is thrilled to announce authors Kate Cole-Adams and Ashleigh Wilson were award winners at the Waverley Council Nib Literary Awards on Wednesday night.