My internship at Ford Street Publishing began with a book launch – the moment editors work towards. The next week, I was at the very beginning of the process with a manuscript and a bunch of nerves. I was approaching the second half of my studies in editing and publishing at the University of Melbourne when I emailed Paul Collins . . .
Well done to Ford Street’s Peter Vu for his YA novel, Paper Cranes Don’t Fly being short-listed in the INKY awards! For Adam Auttenberg, hospital is like a second home. With Tess, AJ, and Rachael by his side, it’s even bearable. Facing the toughest challenge of his life, all Adam has to help him are his friends. But will they . . .
When American writer Zinzi Clemmons accused Pulitzer Prize-winner Junot Díaz of sexual misconduct at last month’s Sydney Writers’ Festival, it was in some ways unsurprising. While we couldn’t necessarily predict who would be accused, or of what, or by whom, one thing has always been clear: the literary industry would have its #metoo moments. No profession is immune to instances . . .