Aboriginal Studies Press is Australia’s leading publisher of Australian Indigenous studies. We have an eye for identifying compelling and award-winning narratives that capture the unique heritage and diverse lives of Australia’s first peoples. Publishing arm of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS).
Since its establishment in 1979, Acorn Press has been publishing books for Australians that are thoughtful, well informed and written from a Christian perspective. Acorn’s aim is to produce books which challenge readers to think about the issues we face in twenty-first century life and to enable us to effectively engage the world we live in. In January 2017, the Acorn Press brand was acquired by the Bible Society Australia group. For further details, follow this link.
Affirm Press is committed to publishing books that have a positive impact on the community. Will look at all genres with commercial potential, including non-fiction, genre and literary fiction. Affirm builds long-term creative relationships through editorial commitment to authors.
Auckland University Press currently publishes around 25 books a year. With traditional strengths in history and politics, art and architecture, literature and poetry, Maori, Pacific and Asian Studies, the Press is also developing lists in science, business and health.
An independent publisher established over 20 years ago with offices in London and Sydney. Aurora Metro have published authors such as Germaine Greer, Suchen Christine Lim, Avi Sirlin, Sandro Martini, and more. Publishes fiction, non-fiction, biography, drama and playscripts, travel, and cookery books.
Publisher of scholarly books, periodicals and electronic products for all academic disciplines. Under the Arcadia imprint, a publisher of general books, principally history, biography and fiction. Specialisation: Academic and general non-fiction, history, biography, lifestyle, information, corporate, fiction.
Great children’s stories and illustrations have immense power over us: their images and stories stay with us and help shape the way we see the world. Berbay Publishing produces such books. Berbay Publishing brings depth to beautiful children’s picture books that are unique and eclectic, topics that are poignant and imaginative and artwork that is simply stunning.
Founded in 2000, Black Inc. is an independent Australian publisher of quality non-fiction, fiction and poetry, based in Melbourne. Imprints include the Quarterly Essay journal, Australian Foreign Affairs, and Nero and La Trobe University Press books. Passionate about important new works of history, politics, biography, criticism and current affairs, as well as novels and poems that open up new worlds.
Blake Education produces primary and secondary teaching materials that are useful and user-friendly. Materials are largely written by teachers, for teachers, and cater to the exact needs teachers share and are most appropriate for classroom use. Specialisation: Primary education (reading books, teacher resource material), primary literacy resources, secondary education (teacher resource material).
Cambridge University Press is the printing and publishing house of the University of Cambridge. Specialisation: academic publications in the humanities, social sciences, sciences, technical, professional and media sciences as well as primary and secondary education texts.
Established as a publications committee in 1964, Canterbury University Press (CUP) has operated as a full-time publisher since 1991, producing about six new books each year. CUP publishes a wide range of titles about New Zealand and the Pacific for both the academic and the general market, and has recognised expertise in history, biography, natural history and the environment, and books about our region.