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Ten tips for Fraffly holiday etiquette # 7

Apologise for poor behaviour, perhaps due to drinking too much brendeh: Offly sorreh—hoss choop toffmeh!

Ten tips for Fraffly holiday etiquette # 6

Excuse oneself from the table formally: Herpule forgive meh, but Fred Emma sliffue. Fraffly sorreh.

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Strine: The Complete Works of Afferbeck Lauder contains Let Stalk Strine, Nose Tone Unturned, Fraffly Well Spoken and Fraffly Suite, all together in one hilarious volume.

Anne’s November rights acquisitions news

For all rights enquiries please contact Anne Beilby, Rights Manager.

RECENT RIGHTS ACQUISITIONS

Next year we are proud to be reissuing Robin Boyd’s influential The Australian Ugliness in time for its 50th anniversary.

Anne’s November rights sales news

For all rights enquiries, please contact Anne Beilby

RECENT RIGHTS SALES:

Just before Gerald Murnane won the Melbourne Prize, we sold French rights to The Plains to P.O.L. who publish Marie Darrieussecq.

Toni Jordan’s Addition will be published in Quebec by Alto.

Steven Galloway’s Read more

Ten tips for Fraffly holiday etiquette # 5

Excuse oneself from the table informally: Shompy long—beckon a few mints. Fraffly sorreh.

Ten tips for Fraffly holiday etiquette # 4

Farewell a recent acquaintance: Fay ness toof sinew again, fay nessin deed. Kip in todge.

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Strine: The Complete Works of Afferbeck Lauder contains Let Stalk Strine, Nose Tone Unturned, Fraffly Well Spoken and Fraffly Suite, all together in one hilarious volume.

Ten tips for Fraffly holiday etiquette # 3

Praise one’s long-suffering wife, mother or nanny: Femme et cesse eau, shiss fay caned end fay swit. Aim fay fawn torfa.

Ten tips for Fraffly holiday etiquette # 2

Concur with the opinion of one’s learned colleague: Earce. Earce of coss, earl chep. Egg-wetter gree.

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Gerald Murnane has won the Melbourne Prize for Literature

Text warmly congratulates Gerald Murnane on winning the Melbourne Prize for Literature. Gerald was awarded the $60,000 Prize at a ceremony in Melbourne last night.

A victory for authors, publishers, Australian literature and Australian jobs

The Federal Government has today announced it will not implement the Productivity Commission’s proposed changes to territorial copyright law. The news broke just prior to a rally in Melbourne this morning, organised by the AMWU.

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