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Fremantle Press Jun 17
It is going to be a fantastic couple of days with two talented poets!
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David Whish-Wilson Jun 15
Thanks to artist Marina Baker for this sketch of myself and Michelle Johnston talking this morning on a Big Sky panel about matters of land and sea, as well as for the quote of something I was rabbiting on about.
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Fremantle Press Jun 10
Watch the moment sees a copy of his book for the first time. published 1 October 2019
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jaymartinwrites Jun 9
“If you don’t want to be honest about your life, you may as well stick to FaceBook.” Angie Abdou & Russell Bowers talk identify, culture, travel, marriage - and a little book called
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Fremantle Press May 24
Listen to read an extract from his triple-award winning book Invisible Boys on the Fremantle Press Podcast
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Fremantle Press May 24
Not long till we have reading copies in our hot little hands.
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Fremantle Press May 23
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Fremantle Press May 23
And shout out to who designed this cover over many months!👍👍👍
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Fremantle Press May 23
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Fremantle Press May 22
Loved seeing you there John!
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Fremantle Press May 22
Congratulations to all the shortlist. And now... the winner is...REBECCA HIGGIE!
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Fremantle Press May 22
And our last shortlister is Emma Young. Congratulations Emma!
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Fremantle Press May 22
Our next shortlister is Rebecca Higgie! Congratulations Rebecca
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Fremantle Press May 22
Publisher Georgia Richter is now introducing our shortlist. First up is Michael Burrows. Congratulations Michael!
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Fremantle Press May 22
It's all happening now! Publisher Cate Sutherland presents the longlist as they are awarded certificates by Caitlyn Fogarty and Congratulations everyone on your achievement!
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Fremantle Press May 22
We're taking a short break here. Next up is the moment we've all been waiting for... the announcement of the winner of the 2019 inaugural
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Fremantle Press May 22
And last up is Kathryn Lefroy with her book Alex & Alpaccas Save the World. '"Told you she could understand us," the alpaca with the black coat said in a smug voice. He stepped forward, his mouth contorted into what Alex could only assume was supposed to be a welcoming smile.'
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Fremantle Press May 22
Up now is Kelly Canby with her new book Rodney! 'But Rodney couldn't chill on a branch or chase his friends or hang with fruit bats. Rodney simply wasn't built for climbing.'
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Fremantle Press May 22
Next up is Norman Jorgensen, author of Wrecker's Revenge. 'The captain and Sam row the dinghy like demons, heaving on the oars and surging the small boat forward. The shark turns on them. Its jaws gape open as it lurches up to attack the dinghy...'
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Fremantle Press May 22
Our authors are taking to the stage to share some of their books. First up is Fiona Burrows, author of Violet and Nothing. 'Violet is a little girl with big ideas. She is always...thinking! "What are you thinking about?" Violet asks her sister. "Nothing"...'
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