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Fremantle Press board responds to budget cuts

The Fremantle Press board is concerned by the recent federal government decision to remove $104.8 million from the Australia Council’s budget over the next four years and redirect it to a newly created fund, to be called the National Programme for Excellence in the Arts.

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CEO says

The latest update from CEO Jane Fraser.

Life in publishing is never dull – especially when it’s your job to find new writers and new stories. But sometimes it’s the old, and not the new, that makes working in this industry exciting. That was the case when I had the privilege of viewing an incredibly precious example of illuminated art.

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Bedford at Supanova

Black Light author K.A. Bedford will join the exclusive author panel at the 2015 Perth Supanova Pop Culture Expo in June. The two-day expo brings together creative talent and tens of thousands of adoring fans under one roof for a weekend of meet and greets and cosplay.

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Gillam wins second poetry prize for 2015

Fremantle Press poet Kevin Gillam has won the Lorikeet Centre’s Open Your Mind poetry competition for his poem ‘clockwise is off’. This is the second 2015 win for the acclaimed poet, orchestra conductor, music teacher and freelance cellist who was awarded the Sawtooth Writing Prize for Poetry in February.

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Kendall launches new exhibition

Fremantle Press illustrator and artist Peter Kendall will be showcasing a series of works in an exhibition titled Went to Sea in May. Kendall, an Archibald finalist, will present sculptures, installations, drawings and paintings.

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Farr wins residency

Fremantle Press author Tracy Farr is headed to one of the most acclaimed literary festivals in Australia, the Mildura Writers Festival. Farr, who was awarded the 2015 residency, will spend the entire month of July in Mildura, Victoria, where she will host a writing workshop, write blog entries for the festival and continue to work on her latest novel.

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