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Issue Details: First known date: 2005... vol. 1 no. 1 October 2005 of Journal of Publishing est. 2005 Journal of Publishing
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Special Australian issue.


* Contents derived from the 2005 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Art of Shifting Units : How Graphic Design Reinvented the Book Cover, John Mansfield , single work criticism (p. 1-16)
Books and Tariffs : An Australian Story, Kath McLean , single work criticism (p. 17-36)
Blushing Bride to Bush Matriarch : Women in the Fiction of Lucy Walker, Juliet Flesch , single work criticism (p. 37-52)
The Web Presence of Australian Book Publishers : Motivations, Current Usage and Future Prospects, Ian Barry , single work criticism (p. 53-71)
Publishing Indigenous Writers in Australia, Rhonda Black , single work criticism (p. 72-77)
In Praise of (Gay) Pulp, Jeremy Fisher , single work criticism (p. 78-96)
Great Survivors: Scholarly Publishing in Australia Today, Jenny Gregory , single work criticism (p. 97-102)
The Small Press with the Big Rights Sales, Susan Hawthorne , single work criticism (p. 103-114)
AustLit: A Resource for Print Culture Research, Carol Hetherington , single work criticism
Research into Australian literary production is hampered by the lack of reference resources. Results from past research are largely scattered and often inaccessible or need up-dating. AustLit is a constantly updated on-line bibliographic database, a national collaboration between eight universities and the National Library of Australia, launched in 2002. Because of its currency, its ability to store and retrieve information about publishers and printers, the publishing history of books, newspapers and journals and its ability to incorporate new research into specially focused, individually searchable subsets, AustLit is well-placed to fill this gap; it can both support and benefit from research into Australia's print culture.
(p. 115-127)

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