Robyn Stern investigates why the search for and republication of out-of-print colonial fiction is worthwhile in contemporary publishing, and why this material should matter to modern readers.
Yesterday evening, the Grattan Street Press team assembled in the Arts Hall at the University of Melbourne for our book launch on rediscovering the Australian Girl. The night began quite early for the students, who showed up hours before the event to begin setting up: we prepared the food and organised the space by hanging … Continue reading Rediscovering the Australian Girl: Book Launch Recap
Grattan Street Press and the Australian Centre proudly invite you to join us for a drink (or two) as we celebrate the launch of our second book, Force and Fraud, by Ellen Davitt (now available in our shop). Force and Fraud A bad-tempered squatter is murdered in country Victoria and the local townsfolk are swept … Continue reading Force and Fraud Book Launch
Many thanks to best-selling crime author Angela Savage, who launched The Forger's Wife (now available in our shop) for Grattan Street Press in May 2017. It is my pleasure to launch The Forger’s Wife, on behalf of author, John Lang, who couldn’t be with us this evening. However, if Lang was here, I have a feeling he’d be … Continue reading Speech –Angela Savage: The Forger’s Wife Book Launch
The Grattan Street Press is proud to have published 'The Forger's Wife' by John Lang (now available in our shop, in association with the Australian Centre. The novel marks the first of our Colonial Australian Fiction series, with the second installment to launch in October 2017. Below is a gallery of photos from the launch … Continue reading The Forger’s Wife Launch
We are delighted to invite you to join us for a cocktail (or two!) in celebration of the launch of Grattan Street Press' first book, The Forger's Wife! Hosted by GSP and Angela Savage, it will be a night to remember!