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the information update from student anthology team ; website, printing process, design thinking, process

Diversity in Publishing

The 2019 Sydney University Student Anthology was launched on March 6th by children's editor and audiobook producer, Radhiah Chowdhury. It was a great night and Radhiah delivered an inspiring and fascinating speech on diversity in publishing, discussing some of the issues that have arisen in publishing since the start of 2020, where diversity has been a key factor. We've reproduced that speech here for you.

Increasing Diversity in Young Adult Literature

Young Adult literature is a booming industry in the United States. Though lately, more and more attention has been brought to the lack of and need for diversity and representation. How does the Australian industry measure up? Is diversity really an issue in the YA industry?

Suggestions on Writing Diversity

Suggestions on Writing Diversity

In the last decade, there’s been a push for authors to write more diversity into their works, and for publishers...

My Yesterday’s Bookmarks

My Yesterday’s Bookmarks

Excerpt from My Yesterday’s Bookmarks by Tom St. John, Student Anthology Power 2018. Hush, hush. Linda and Duncan are telling...

Genealogy

Genealogy

Excerpt from Genealogy by Belinda Paxton, Student Anthology Power 2018. It is late winter, and mornings such as these, cold...

Beating the Shame Stick

Excerpt from Beating the Shame Stick by Sophie Lipell, Student Anthology Power 2018. ‘There is a girl among you who...

The Various Shades of Holi

Holi is the festival of colours which takes place every year in March over two days. If you were in...

Wheel of Diversity

Wheel of Diversity

Some like to talk about diversity as having two types of dimensions. The dimensions we cannot control and those we...

2018 Anthology Book Launch

The conversation buzzed, the wine fizzed and glasses clinked in celebration. The attendees plucked from wooden platters spread out with...

What is Power?

What is Power?

What does power mean to you? Does the word mean something different to the person sitting next to you? What...