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CBCA Book of the Year 2010 winners
20 Aug 2010

The winners and honour books are:
Older Readers
Winner:

Jarvis 24 by David Metzenthen

Younger Readers
Honour books:

Running with the Horses by Alison Lester

2010 Queensland Premier’s Literary Awards - shortlisted
19 Aug 2010

Fiction Book Award

Parrot and Olivier in America by Peter Carey

88 Lines about 44 Women by Steven Lang

Non-Fiction Book Award


Reading by Moonlight by Brenda Walker

Grand Obsessions by Alasdair McGregor

Australian Short Story Collection - Arts Queensland Steele Rudd Award

Gravel by Peter Goldsworthy

The announcement ceremony will be held at the State Library of Queensland on Tuesday 31 August at 6.30pm.

For more information please visit: premiers.qld.gov.au/awards-and-recognition/literary-awards

Diary of a Wimpy Kid
19 Aug 2010

Enter our Diary of a Wimpy Kid Competition and you could win DOWK merchandise, books and a family movie pass.

To win simply tell us in 25 words or less what you like about our new look Puffin website.
Competition closes Friday September 10, 2010. Winners announced Monday September 13, 2010.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid is in cinemas September 23, 2010. View the trailer, play games and more at diaryofawimpykid.com.au

Connect with other Wimpy Kid fans on Facebook

Click here to enter the competition

2008 and 2009 Western Australian Premier’s Book Awards - shortlisted
16 Aug 2010

The 2008 and 2009 Western Australian Premier’s Book Awards shortlists have been announced simultaneously. Congratulations to our shortlisted authors.

2008
Non Fiction
The Tall Man by Chloe Hooper
Fiction
The Boat by Nam Le
Disquiet by Julia Leigh
Breath by Tim Winton

2009
Non Fiction
Darwin's Armada by Iain McCalman
Grand Obsessions by Alasdair McGregor

Western Australian Premier’s Book Awards ($40,000)
Prize money of $15,000 is awarded to the winners of Fiction and Non-Fiction’s books. The Premier’s Prize is worth $25,000, so when combined with one of the sub-categories, the prize value is worth up to $40,000. To read the complete shortlist visit http://www.slwa.wa.gov.au/about_us/premiers_book_awards

Winners will be announced on Wednesday September 1, 2010.

2010 Ned Kelly Awards - shortlisted
16 Aug 2010

Best First Fiction:

Death and the Running Patterer by Robin Adair

Winners will be announced at the Melbourne Writer’s Festival on September 3 2010.

Experian Hitwise Number 1 Award winner for January - June 2010
10 Aug 2010

www.penguin.com.au is an Experian Hitwise Number 1 Award winner for January - June 2010.

During this period, www.penguin.com.au ranked No. 1 based on market share of visits among all Australian websites in the Hitwise Entertainment - Books and Writing industry.


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The 2010 Galley Club Awards - shortlisted
06 Aug 2010

Category One

Sheetfed - Case bound book with RRP under $35

The Terrible Plop. Published by Penguin Group. Production by Marisa Bailey. Printing by 1010 Printing.

Webfed - Mono/duotone book/4c, case bound, no price limit

The Story of Danny Dunn. Published by Penguin Group Australia. Production by Nicole Brown. Printing by Griffin Press.

Category Ten

Non-standard - Non-retail publication (annual report, catalogue)

Lantern Catalogue 2009. Published by Penguin Group Australia. Production by Nicole Brown and Abigail Hockey. Printed by 1010 Printing.

The Age Book of the Year 2010 - shortlisted
02 Aug 2010

Fiction

Parrot and Olivier in America by Peter Carey

2010 Premier Print Benny Award Winner
02 Aug 2010

Cookbook Category

Thai Street Food by David Thompson

Longlist announced for Man Booker Prize 2010
28 Jul 2010

Parrot and Olivier by Peter Carey

The Betrayal by Helen Dunmore

Skippy Dies by Paul Murray 

The 2010 shortlist will be announced on Tuesday 7 September at a press conference at Man Group's London headquarters. The winner of the Man Booker Prize for Fiction 2010 will be revealed on Tuesday 12 October at a dinner at London's Guildhall and will be broadcast on the BBC Ten O'Clock News.

For more information visit: themanbookerprize.com

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Will Kostakis wins the 2014 Gold Inky for The First Third
Congratulations to Will Kostakis whose book The First Third has won the 2014 Gold Inky Award.For more information regarding these awards please visit the Inky website.

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