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Clive's Corner

The latest news from the Fremantle Press Sales, Rights and Distribution Manager, Clive Newman.

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Tim Winton’s The Deep goes east

Spare Parts Puppet Theatre is touring the Eastern States with an adaptation of Tim Winton’s classic children’s book The Deep. From March 28 to May 23, the show will be stopping at nineteen different locations across Victoria, Tasmania, News South Wales and Queensland.

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Call for entries!

WritingWA is now accepting manuscripts for the 2014 City of Fremantle T.A.G. Hungerford Award.

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Thank you AIM WA

For the past four years we have received generous support from AIM WA in the form of scholarships for staff to attend professional development courses at the institute. These kinds of courses would normally be out of the budget reach of most not-for-profit organisation such as ours. This year we received a $2000 grant which will be put towards management and software skills development.

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Clive's Corner

The latest news from the Fremantle Press Sales, Rights and Distribution Manager, Clive Newman.

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Get warmer with Alan Carter

Alan Carter’s first Cato Kwong novel Prime Cut won the Ned Kelly Award for Best First Fiction and was shortlisted for the Crime Writers Association of UK’s Debut Dagger. His new novel Getting Warmer will make you think twice before venturing out on a dark night in Fremantle.

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City of Fremantle pledges to support iconic WA literature award

The City of Fremantle has given its support for the next six years for the prestigious T.A.G. Hungerford Award alongside existing partners writingWA, The West Australian and Fremantle Press. As the naming sponsor, the City will provide the winning writer’s cash prize of $12,000 and will play a major role in hosting Fremantle events associated with the award.

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