Meet Our Team: Martin Green event image

Meet Our Team: Martin Green

Meet Our Team: Martin Green

Friday 27 April 2018

Brought to life by a passion for storytelling, Pantera Press has been publishing great Australian stories since 2008. Our goals to invest in and nurture the next generation of Australian readers and writers would not be possible without the hard work and dedication of our team. Our latest team spotlight…

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Literary Pet Peeves

Literary Pet Peeves

Tuesday 17 April 2018

Whether they are issues with the writing, characters or plot, we all have those little (sometimes big!) annoyances that have us rolling our eyes, tossing our books out the window and yelling “NO!” Here are some of our not-so-favourite peeves, but we want to hear yours! Comment or tag…

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Page 112

Page 112

Friday 13 April 2018

“For several decades, editors and writers have given an exceptional care to the beginning of a book, in order to impress the reader immediately… But what happens in the rest of the book? Alas … too often, nothing at all.” This is the founding thesis upon which the French…

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How to Fix Writer’s Block

How to Fix Writer’s Block

Friday 6 April 2018

There are four and a half million articles on Google trying to answer this question. I therefore feel it is fair to conclude that there are many ways to defeat the dreaded block. I believe that writer’s block changes from case to case, and not only is it different from…

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The Rowland Sinclair Series makes the ABDA long-list

The Rowland Sinclair Series makes the ABDA long-list

Thursday 29 March 2018

Pantera Press is incredibly excited to announce that Sulari Gentill’s Rowland Sinclair Series has been long-listed for the 66th annual Australian Book Design Awards!     The short list will be announced on Monday the 9th of April.

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Five Stages of Dealing with Your Book Being Turned into a Movie

Five Stages of Dealing with Your Book Being Turned into a Movie

Friday 23 March 2018

  Denial You’re in denial. How could your favourite book possibly be turned into a movie? Literally no person you’ve ever spoken to has read it. It’s your biggest treasure. And how did you not know about this sooner? This must be an internet hoax.

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Meet Our Team: Alison Green

Meet Our Team: Alison Green

Friday 16 March 2018

Brought to life by a passion for storytelling, Pantera Press has been publishing great Australian stories since 2008. Our goals to invest in and nurture the next generation of Australian readers and writers would not be possible without the hard work and dedication of our team. This year, we want…

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Pantera Press acquires The Author People from Lou Johnson

Pantera Press acquires The Author People from Lou Johnson

Wednesday 7 March 2018

Pantera Press is delighted to announce the acquisition of the innovative Australian-based publishing company The Author People (TAP) from the industry-renowned Lou Johnson. The list includes the US rights to A Thousand Shards of Glass by international author Michael Katakis, manager of Ernest Hemingway’s literary estate, in addition to a…

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Print vs. eBook

Print vs. eBook

Wednesday 7 March 2018

eBooks: the scourge of the printed word, the death of literature, and the end of publishing as we know it. Their rise to power was quick and brutal, and it was clear these monstrous text files would irrevocably shatter the reading world forever. Except that they didn’t. A few years…

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Books and Baked Goods: A Pantera Press Intern Story

Books and Baked Goods: A Pantera Press Intern Story

Tuesday 20 February 2018

As a reader and writer, I have always been curious about what happens behind the closed doors of a publishing ­­house. How does a writer’s story end up in Dymocks and then in my own hands? I wanted to understand and become involved in this magical process, and so it…