Acclaimed poet Tracy Ryan’s ninth poetry collection, The Water Bearer, is an intimate exploration of water and its many forms, from filling a second-hand cooler in an old country house to swimming lessons and ocean riptides. In this stunning volume, Ryan explores water as the life-giving and life-taking force that defines our existence.
Fremantle Press is pleased to announce the publication of three new editions of A Fortunate Life by A.B. Facey. First published by Fremantle Press (formerly Fremantle Arts Centre Press) in 1981, A Fortunate Life was licensed to Penguin in the same year.
With submissions to the City of Fremantle T.A.G. Hungerford Award opening on Friday 2 February and closing on Friday 16 March, this workshop is perfectly timed to help you get your manuscript into shape with the help of author and editor Deb Fitzpatrick.
Whether you’re still enjoying a summer holiday (hopefully with a good book) or whether, like us, you are back at work – welcome to 2018. But first, to wrap up 2017, we ended the year with a little flurry of good news – some of which we hope will come to fruition in 2018.
From today, manuscript submissions to Fremantle Press will be received electronically via Submittable. Marketing and communications manager Claire Miller said as well as working with agents and existing authors, Fremantle Press received hundreds of unsolicited manuscripts every year – formerly all as hard copies.