Marketing and Communications Manager Claire Miller has been dreaming of a Fremantle Press Commemorative Sausage ever since the company’s fortieth anniversary party in 2016. Now a local butcher has made her dream come true.

Art Was Their Weapon: The History of the Perth Workers’ Art Guild is Dylan Hyde’s first book with Fremantle Press, and is a comprehensive look at this radical and creative organisation.

Fremantle Press publisher Cate Sutherland will host a panel featuring Yuot Alaak, Rafeif Ismail and Scott-Patrick Mitchell as they discuss diversity in all its forms, from race and gender to sexuality and class.

Dave Warner’s latest crime novel River of Salt comes complete with its own music, and you can listen to it right now.

Anne-Louise Willoughby and Amanda Curtin are joining forces to present a discussion on two of Australia’s most renowned female painters, Nora Heysen and Kathleen O’Connor.

After selling out in less than 48 hours, the City of Melville and Fremantle Press Great Big Book Club Tea Party was packed to capacity on Sunday 21 October at A.H. Bracks Library in Melville.

Off the Track and To the Lighthouse author Cristy Burne has got her own wheels in the form of Sydney Writers’ Festival’s Russ the Story Bus.

Meet Me at the Intersection will be launched at the Wheeler Centre on Tuesday 11 September. Edited by Ambelin Kwaymullina and Rebecca Lim, the book is an anthology of young adult writing that brings together a diverse range of short fiction, memoir and poetry by authors who are First Nations, People of Colour, LGBTIQA+ or […]

City of Melville residents Liz Byrski, Ambelin Kwaymullina and Brendan Ritchie are our inaugural Great Big Book Club Tea Party reading ambassadors. The three authors have expressed their excitement about taking on the task of promoting the benefits of reading to local audiences.

Fremantle Press and the City of Melville are pleased to announce a new community partnership to host the Great Big Book Club Tea Party on Sunday, 21 October.

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.

Last weekend, before the agony and the ecstasy of the Western Derby, Fremantle Press celebrated the launch of Derby: WA Footy Fans on the Game’s Greatest Rivalry by David Whish-Wilson and Sean Gorman.

Fremantle Press and the City of Perth Library have joined forces to celebrate 40 years’ worth of talented Western Australians.

Poet Dennis Haskell is set to launch his eighth and most personal collection of poetry to date, Ahead of Us. Written in memory of his late wife, Rhonda, the book will raise much needed funds for the Cancer Council WA.

Proceeds from the sale of Dust by Daniel ‘Matsu’ Craig will help raise money for a local pay-it-forward program in Fremantle. The book launch will take place at Hot Soup on Wednesday 11 November 2015.

Albany branch members of the War Widows’ Guild of Australia will join Melinda Tognini for the Denmark launch of Many Hearts, One Voice: The story of the War Widows’ Guild in Western Australia at Teahouse Books on Monday 16 November.

Melinda Tognini’s book Many Hearts, One Voice: The story of the War Widows’ Guild in Western Australia will be launched with help from the organisation that inspired it.

Sydney-siders have just two more days to view the Rothschild Prayer Book at the National Library of Australia before it moves to Melbourne.

Black Light author K.A. Bedford will join the exclusive author panel at the 2015 Perth Supanova Pop Culture Expo in June. The two-day expo brings together creative talent and tens of thousands of adoring fans under one roof for a weekend of meet and greets and cosplay.


A Viking in Ubud

James Foley, illustrator of The Last Viking Returns, gives us an overview of his time at the 2014 Ubud Writers and Readers Festival.

Miles Franklin Award winner Kim Scott will commence a book tour of Germany in October 2009.