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Come work with us: Fremantle Press is hiring

Fremantle Press is looking for an enthusiastic, hardworking, book-loving Marketing and Communications Coordinator to join its busy marketing team. This is a full-time role based in the port city of Fremantle, Western Australia, a place where great coffee and amazing cultural experiences are never more than a few hundred metres away.

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Holden Sheppard stays on a roll as his debut YA novel Invisible Boys makes the shortlist for a fourth major prize

Geraldton-born Western Australian writer Holden Sheppard is one of three writers shortlisted for the Prize for Writing for Young Adults in the 2020 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards. Holden is in the running to receive a $25,000 prize, as well as the overall Victorian Prize for Literature worth an additional $100,000, the single most valuable literary award in the country.

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Fremantle Press Champion of Literature and education philanthropist Annie Fogarty is the proud recipient of the 2020 WA Australian of the Year Award

Our very own Champion of Literature and the force behind the Fogarty Literary Award, Annie Fogarty, has been named the 2020 WA Australian of the Year for her work through the Fogarty Foundation. Every year, the Australian of the Year Awards celebrate the achievements and contributions of eminent Australians who are positive role models in our community.

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Read this and be smarter: a new crime novel plumbs the history of one of Perth's political low points to show our nationalist past was not so long ago

True West is a new crime novel by David Whish-Wilson set in late 1980s Perth against the backdrop of hate crimes associated with Jack van Tongeren’s Australian Nationalist Movement that included the firebombing of Asian businesses, as well as the dog-whistle comments made by then federal Liberal opposition leader John Howard associated with ‘slowing down’ Asian immigration. In the novel Lee Southern has fled to Perth after he betrayed the Knights bikie gang in Geraldton. Lee works as a rogue truck driver but before too long he finds himself captured by neo-nazis and must do their bidding if he is to protect those last few things he holds dear.

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The Regional Arts Fund is set to help writer Madelaine Dickie tackle a new book on Kimberley Traditional Owner Wayne Bergmann

Novelist and City of Fremantle Hungerford Award winner Madelaine Dickie will try her hand at a new genre next year. The Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund grant will enable the Exmouth resident to commence the research and development of a unique biography about Wayne Bergmann, a Nyikina man, former finalist in the Western Australian of the Year Awards and former CEO of the Kimberley Land Council.

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