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.
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.
Harbour Publishing House was founded by Michelle and Garry Evans in 2012. With over 25 combined years experience in the industry, Harbour Publishing is set to be a unique opportunity for those who live or identify with the coast to showcase their writing, art, music, film, cooking, photography.
MidnightSun loves beautiful, unusual, striking, sexy and challenging books and takes pride in publishing exciting new Australian writers who might have been rejected elsewhere. MidnightSun books have won the Commonwealth Book Prize, been honoured by the CBCA awards, and more.
Australia’s largest university now has its own publishing arm, with the establishment of Monash University Publishing. Monash University Publishing publishes scholarship of the highest standard across the humanities and social sciences, and specialises in Asian Studies, Politics, Education, Communications, and the study of Australian history, culture and literature.
Peppermint is an Australian quarterly print magazine focused on style, sustainability and substance. Covering slow food, ethical fashion, natural living, health and beauty, diversity, social entrepreneurs and more, it was created for the rapidly growing number of individuals who appreciate good design and creativity, but also care about social and environmental issues and things that matter.
Rockpool Publishing is an Australian owned publisher, specialising in mind-body-spirit, family & health, and sport & recreation non-fiction publishing. Australian Trade distribution is handled by Herron Book Distributors, and Mind-Body-Spirit shops through Brumby Sunstate.
Simon & Schuster Australia is part of the CBS Corporation and is a major force in today’s publishing industry, dedicated to bringing an extensive range of books, in all formats, into the hands of readers. Simon & Schuster Australia publishes and distributes a variety of books in Australia and New Zealand across a range of genres including fiction, non-fiction and children’s books.
Soft Skull titles are a mix of fresh, cutting-edge, and literary voices. Soft Skull publishes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, graphic novels, and anthologies, all of which collectively focus on current affairs and politics, counterculture, music, history, memoir, biography, religion, and philosophy. Originally founded in New York City, Soft Skull’s office moved to Berkeley, California in 2010.
Spinifex Press is an independent publisher with a focus on literary and feminist writing. Spinifex has developed a number of strong specialist lists including Indigenous, writing from Asia and Africa, lesbian books as well as women’s health, violence against women, racism and cultural opportunism, ecology and economics, war and exile, prostitution and pornography.
The Queensland Memory Awards are dedicated to supporting researchers of all kinds to interpret the collections of the John Oxley Library. Through deep engagement and interaction with the collections, these interpretations provide new insights into the collection and contribute new knowledge about Queensland’s history.
Ventura Press is one of Sydney’s leading independent publishers and has become synonymous with high quality titles and internationally respected authors. The Ventura list covers a unique and specific market – books to enhance life. Ventura publishes books on health and well being, family focus, memoir, general non-fiction and high end fiction.
The Ampersand Prize aims to find brilliant debut novels by YA and middle-grade writers. Since its launch, the Ampersand Prize has quickly become the premier award for debut novelists in Australia and New Zealand. Manuscripts must be full-length novels. MG novels are usually between 30,000 and 50,000 words long. YA novels are usually between 50,000 and 90,000 words long.
Antic is an online literary magazine featuring the works of new, emerging and established Australian writers, as well as a smattering of international ones. The Antic team is interested in edgy, diverse writing that pushes boundaries and promotes conversation.
Artist Profile is a quarterly journal of in-depth and exclusive interviews with contemporary visual artists. Featuring exclusive studio interviews and photographic profiles of visual artists with a concentration on Australia and the Asia-Pacific region, as well as essays by artists, scholars and curators; artist projects; exhibition reviews; and information on books, films, fairs, biennials and contemporary art festivals.
For more than 25 years ABC has been the number-one source of news and information for decision makers in the Australasian bus and coach industry. It delivers the depth and breadth of news and information bus and coach operators need to effectively run their businesses. Each month ABC magazine delivers not only the best equipment reviews but comprehensive coverage of the latest industry news and issues.
Offers evidence-based articles to impart new research information and encourage the critical exchange of ideas among the early childhood field. Accepts high-quality submission relating to early childhood, inclusive of various academic fields, backgrounds and methodologies. Regularly publishes themed editions (suggestions welcome).