Going to the Fair - Finding international buyers for children's books and rights
A conversation with one of the world's most experienced dealers in children's books and international rights. Contacts, contracts, leads and targets.
Create or re-evaluate your strategy and tactics in a discussion about what works and what doesn’t in the business of finding buyers and audiences for your titles overseas.
The Australian Book Industry Awards (ABIA) is the biggest industry event on the nation’s literary calendar to acknowledge the best books and finest talent in the book business.
The worlds of literature, the arts, sports, pop culture, entertainment, commerce and politics will unite in one glamorous evening to celebrate the people behind the books Australia loves.
In the 15th year of the awards, bookish types will hit the ruby red carpet and enjoy an evening of entertainment, fine dining and great company.
Nominations are now open for the ABIA Book Industry awards. Get your entries in before nominations close on Monday 9 March 2015.
Nominations for the ABIA Business Awards will be open on Monday 16 March 2015 and close Friday 10 April 2015.
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The Australian Publishers Association (APA) is the peak industry body for Australian book, journal and electronic publishers. Established in 1948, the association is an advocate for all Australian publishers: large or small; commercial or non-profit; academic or popular; locally or overseas owned.
Over the years the Australian Publishers Association has grown into an organisation of considerable influence. From modest beginnings and a membership of twenty, the Association now has over 216 members and represents 91% of the industry, based on turnover.
Who Can Apply
Australian Publishers Association membership is open to any individual, partnership or corporation engaged in publishing books, journals, educational materials and electronic works as a bona fide and ongoing operation in Australia.
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To be eligible, an applicant's publishing must be of a continuous nature, even if their output is small. Nationality, size or speciality is not taken into account. Members may be full or associate members - associate members enjoy all the privileges of membership, except for voting. Subscriptions for full members are based on their company's annual turnover.
The Australian Publishers Association (APA) is an advocate for all Australian publishers: large or small; commercial or non-profit; academic or popular; locally or overseas owned.
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