The Big Book Club Inc. is a not for profit organisation committed to the promotion of reading, literature and Australian authors and illustrators. The Big Book Club Inc. has two major projects: The Big Book Club (TBBC) for adults, and The Little Big Book Club (LBBC) for parents of children aged between birth and five years.
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1 of 5 copies for individuals
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Those Faraday Girls
by Monica McInerney
The South Australian Writers' Centre was established in 1985. It was the first of its kind in Australia, providing resources and support for writers. Located in the heart of Adelaide, the SAWC is a non-profit organisation with over 1200 members.
The Centre acts as a resource centre for writers of all ages and experiences. We focus on writing activities and work with a wide range of organisations to promote and encourage writers and literature in society. We assist new and established writers on every aspect of writing, such as publishing, performing and presentation and have a vast range of useful reference books and a library with over 1600 books mainly donated by South Australian writers.
The Australian Publishers Association
Formerly known as the Australian Book Publishers Association, the APA is the peak industry body for Australian book, journal and electronic publishers.
The arts in South Australia are dance, music, opera and theatre; museums and galleries; Indigenous and diverse cultures; visual arts and crafts; writing; design; digital media; community arts; libraries; public art; film, television and multi-media production and built heritage – and the arts are for everyone.
Use this online resource to find your local library and explore services available to library members.
Victorian Writers' Centre
The Victorian Writers' Centre is a not-for-profit organisation that assists writers through the various stages of their development. We provide high-quality information and professional development services for aspiring and established writers, with special benefits for members of the organisation.
State Library of NSW
Situated in Sydney's CBD between the Royal Botanic Gardens and Parliament House on Macquarie Street, the State Library of New South Wales is internationally renowned and one of Australia's leading libraries.
The NSW Writers' Centre
The NSW Writers' Centre was established as an incorporated association in May 1991 to promote writing-based culture and the rights and interests of writers.
Queensland Public Libraries Directory
Use this online directory to find your local library and explore the services available to members.
State Library of Queensland
The State Library of Queensland is committed to the belief that an empowered and progressive society depends on creative thinking and the sharing of knowledge.
Queensland Writers' Centre
Queensland Writers' Centre (QWC) encourages networking, connection, and creativity through the art and business of writing.
The Sunday Times Big Book Club is proudly supported by the Australia Council for the Arts, the Australian Government's arts funding and advisory body, The State Library of Western Australia, in association with WA public libraries, The Sunday Times, and participating booksellers.
State Library of Tasmania
Use this online website to find your local library and explore the services available to members.
The Tasmanian Writers' Centre
The Tasmanian Writers' Centre is a not-for-profit organisation supporting excellence in literature and celebrating books and writing in all their forms.
Northern Territory Libraries Directory
Use this online resource to locate your local library and explore the programs and services available to library members.
The Northern Territory Writers' Centre
Despite our small population, the Territory has an abundance of writers and a lively literary scene. Whatever your writing interests or experience, the NT Writers' Centre can offer you advice and point you in the right direction.
Use this online reference to find your local library and the types of services they offer library members.
ACT Writers' Centre
The ACT Writers' Centre is non-profit association dedicated to serving readers and writers in the ACT and surrounding region. Our members include authors, poets, children's writers, journalists, editors, proofreaders, teachers and academics. Anyone who writes, for business or for pleasure, will enjoy our workshops, newsletters, services and events.