Introducing La Trobe University Press
Black Inc. and La Trobe University are publishing some of the sharpest minds in the country with the launch of La Trobe University Press.
The Mighty West: The Bulldogs' Journey from Daydream Believers to Premiership Heroes
‘If the young men, the bone and sinew of our industrial borough, would only come forward and take an active interest in the game, Footscray should send a powerful team into the field.’ —Williamstown Advertiser, 18 May 1878
World Poetry Day 2017
This World Poetry Day Black Inc. celebrates Les Murray’s On Bunyah.
Josephine Rowe's Horse Latitudes
Black Inc. is thrilled to have acquired Josephine Rowe’s new book, Horse Latitudes. This collection of superbly crafted and imaginative stories portrays characters moving beyond their known worlds either by choice or force. Set in an impressive array of real and fictional locations, Rowe’s stories examine people caught between places, haunted by past lives and, often, on the cusp of departure or return.
Introducing Writers on Writers
Some of Australia’s most acclaimed writers, including Christos Tsiolkas and Alice Pung, will feature in a groundbreaking collaboration between independent publisher Black Inc., the University of Melbourne and the State Library of Victoria.
Black Inc.'s International Women's Day Reading List
Read an extract from Why I Am not a Feminist by Jessa Crispin
If you asked me today if I am a feminist I would not only say no, I would say no with a sneer.
Why I Am Not a Feminist - Jessa Crispin’s Australian Tour
Following the release of Why I Am Not a Feminist: A Feminist Manifesto, American cultural critic Jessa Crispin is touring Australia!
In early March, Jessa will attend festivals and events, where she will discuss her fiercely intelligent manifesto and lead writing workshops.
See the list of events below for your chance to see the outspoken cultural critic in person.
All About Emma!
Call for Submissions: Growing up Aboriginal in Australia
Announcing a brand new anthology from Black Inc.: Growing up Aboriginal in Australia.