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Over on Making Light, Teresa Nielsen Hayden has a post on Angus & Robertsons recent grab for cash: I have a theory about what A&R is up to. Traditionally, when a publishing house is acquired by some big conglomerate, the bean counters take a look at...

From Dave Fenlon, Chief Operating Officer at Angus & Robertson: Firstly, I would like to assure you that the negotiations that are taking place between Angus & Robertson and our suppliers are not intended to have any impact on Australian authors and are purely about reaching...

A few years back, I did a series of interviews that ended up being called The 2005 Snapshot: Australian Speculative Fiction. Some of you might remember it, some of you not. It was the week I interviewed forty three people. It was a little hectic, that...

Link. (Yes, I know I deleted a post about Geoff Maloney. This, however, is cooler. Maloney's sheep and dog noises are not. I wrote that I was tired of it and him, and you know what, I am. You want to read what he said, it's...

Dear Mr Rimmer We are in receipt of your letter of 30 July 2007 terminating our further supply to Angus & Robertson. As you have requested, we will cancel all Angus & Robertson Company orders on 17 August and will desist from any further supply to...

THE 2007 Miles Franklin Award winner will be among hundreds of books no longer stocked by Australia's biggest bookstore chain, Angus & Robertson, from the end of next week. Tower Books, which distributes Alexis Wright's novel Carpentaria, is among the smaller Australian distributors and publishers which...