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All of a sudden it’s October (where did the year go?) and we’re at that strange in-between time. Not quite sure whether to wear a coat or get the shorts and t-shirts out. Worried about whether to pack the umbrella, the suncream or the antihistamines – or all three!
It’s that time of year again, sports fans: the AFL grand final!
Eighteen teams have been whittled down, over a long, hard season, until just two remain...
Shortlisted for the Stella Prize in 2018 and for the Queensland Premier’s Literary Awards, Krissy Kneen is one of our most insightful and confronting authors.
We are delighted to announce that Text Publishing authors Kate Cole-Adams, Sarah Krasnostein and Jock Serong have all been selected as finalists for the 2018 Melbourne Prize for Literature Best Writing Award.
The Ned Kelly Awards are Australia’s oldest and most prestigious literary prizes for crime fiction and true crime writing. Administered by the Australian Crime Writers Association, the current categories are Best Fiction, Best First Fiction, True Crime, and a Lifetime Achievement Award.
The 2018 awards were given out at the Melbourne Writers Festival, and all of us at Text were delighted when Garry Disher was announced as this year’s winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award.
To celebrate Radiant Shimmering Light’s heroine Lilian Quick’s remarkable talent and pet-aura Etsy business, we’d like to give one lucky book club the chance to win a book-club prize pack – ‘pet aura’ themed.
Sarah Selecky’s new novel Radiant Shimmering Light is sharply funny and heartfelt, brilliantly capturing female friendship and the blurring between our online and personal lives.
Read on for details.
Father’s Day is around the corner and Text wants to help you make it an even better day for your dad.
We’ve put together a cracking list of books for your dad. Have a look over them, then for your chance to win one of five $100 Text online gift vouchers, head to our Facebook page, tag your dad and tell us why he’d love some books this Father’s Day.
Stuart Kells launched his latest book, Shakespeare’s Library: Unlocking the Greatest Mystery in Literature earlier this week with a highly entertaining and fascinating speech involving tales of fraud, hidden treasure and general infamy.
It’s so good that we have to share with you.