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April New Books and Giveaway

From award-winning authors to fresh new voices, beloved classics to debut novels, we’ve got something for everyone this month...

The 2021 Text Prize is now open!

Call for entries for the $10,000 Text Prize.

March New Books and Giveaway

It’s autumn, and that can mean only one thing: it’s time to march (see what we did there?) straight to your local bookshop and avail yourself of one of our brilliant new releases.

Announcing the Steph Bowe Mentorship for Young Writers

Text Publishing is thrilled to announce the introduction of the Steph Bowe Mentorship for Young Writers, an initiative designed to nurture and encourage an exciting new Australian middle grade or young adult writer writer under the age of 25. 

February New Books and Giveaway

From international giants to homegrown stars, bestselling writers to debut authors, we’ve got something for everyone in our February new releases...

Text Prize Alumni Q&A

Want to know more about the Text Prize from the writer’s point-of-view? Read on for words of wisdom from past winners Nina Kenwood,  A. J. Betts and David Burton and shortlistee Meg Caddy.

Text Prize FAQ

Is your manuscript ready to submit for the upcoming Text Prize? Here’s how to put your best submission forward.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

When will submissions open?
Submissions for the Text Prize open near the beginning of each year.

January New Books and Giveaway

January is traditionally the time for ‘New Year, new you’ messages, but we don’t hold with that sort of talk round these parts. We recommend opening a novel, reading it until you’re finished and then opening another one...

The Common Room: Shelter

It’s almost time for our next Common Room book club, and this time we’ll be reading Catherine Jinks' thrilling new book, Shelter.

2020: The Year in 20 Books

2020 has been quite the year, hasn’t it. At times it’s felt like the only way to impose a sense of order on events has been through the lens of a good book…

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