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Fremantle Press authors at Balingup Festival

Chris Owen and Deb Fitzpatrick are just two of the authors heading south to the Telling Tales Festival in Balingup on Saturday 12 July. Telling Tales is a family-friendly weekend of storytelling, inspiring talks and dress-ups!

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Clive Newman retires from Fremantle Press

Last week we celebrated Clive Newman. Clive was with the Press at the start and was one of its most loyal employees. He held many roles, including that of general manager, and his most recent role was as sales, distribution and foreign rights manager. Diligent to the last, Clive arrived on the morning of his final day at work with three more international rights sales to add to his scorecard.

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Clive's closing corner

This is the last news from the Fremantle Press Sales, Rights and Distribution Manager, Clive Newman. He’s been at the Press for almost 40 years. His influence on his colleagues, creators and this company is incalculable. Here’s his short and sweet farewell.

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Goodbye Verity Gorman

PR Coordinator Verity Gorman started at Fremantle Press as an intern in 2011 and quickly became an essential part of the marketing team. On the cusp of her graduation from Curtin University, she’ll soon be off to the very green pastures of Albany and a job at GWN7. We wish her success in all her future ventures!

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Final call for Hungerford entries

Entries for the 2014 City of Fremantle T.A.G. Hungerford Award close at the end of June and writingWA is calling for all final submissions. The literary award is WA’s most prestigious competition for an unpublished work of fiction or creative non-fiction.

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Consultancy title raises money for Starlight

Proceeds from the sale of The Miners has raised $135,000 for the Starlight Children’s Foundation. Copies of the book were auctioned off by Atlas Iron Chairman and Western Australian of the Year, David Flanagan, with the most expensive copy fetching $60,000. The Miners was a Fremantle Press consultancy project for Atlas Iron that pays tribute to the WA mining industry.

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