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Our Corporate Partnerships

Fremantle Press thanks the following organisations and individuals who, over the past few years, have supported our publishing house and Western Australian literature. To discuss a partnership with Fremantle Press please contact Jane Fraser, CEO.


Fremantle Press is supported by the State Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and Lotterywest.

Fremantle Press is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

The New and Emerging Children’s Writers’ Fund is supported by the McCusker Charitable Foundation.

Project supporters

The Minderoo Editorship is proudly supported by the Minderoo Foundation.

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The Fogarty Award for 18 to 35 year old Western Australian writers is supported by the Fogarty Foundation.

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The City of Fremantle T.A.G. Hungerford Award is supported by:

The Western Australian Capacity Building Program is supported by the Sidney Myer Fund, the Minderoo Foundation and the Spinifex Trust:

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The Fremantle Press New and Emerging Author Showcase for Event Programmers is supported by:

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Booktoberfest™ is used with the permission of Booktopia:


Fremantle Press Champions of Literature

Fremantle Press is proudly supported by the following individuals:

Jenny Archibald, Jillian Brown, Jo Dawkins, Susan and Peter Farris, Annie Fogarty, Liz Forbes, Graham Forward, Derek Gascoine, Lyn Harding, Paul Jones, Peter Kevin Lalor, John McGlue, Clair Medhurst, Helen Millsteed, Jenny Lee Norgard, Mimi Packer, Philippa Packer, Georgina Pearce, Catherine Pinchin, Lindy Roberts, Felicity Ruse, Sue and Don Russell, Linda Savage, Dina and Frazer Tabeart, Bruce Wilson, Marie Wilson, Mary Ann and Don Yeats and Tanya Ross Jones.

The inaugural Fremantle Press Champions of Literature program was supported by Creative Partnerships Australia through Plus1.