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Australian Indigenous Fiction Publishers

Australian Indigenous fiction is an important and growing genre within the Australian fiction publishing industry. Here are some publishers that specialize in Indigenous fiction in Australia:

  1. Magabala Books: Magabala Books is an Indigenous-owned publisher that specializes in Indigenous fiction, poetry, and children's books. They have published works by award-winning Indigenous authors such as Alexis Wright and Samantha Faulkner.

  2. Black Inc: Black Inc is an independent publisher that has a strong focus on Indigenous literature, and has published works by Indigenous authors such as Bruce Pascoe and Melissa Lucashenko

  3. Spinifex Press: Spinifex Press is an independent feminist publisher that focuses on Indigenous women's voices and stories. They have published works by Indigenous authors such as Kim Scott, Alexis Wright, and Melissa Lucashenko.

  4. University of Queensland Press: University of Queensland Press is a university press that has a focus on Indigenous fiction and nonfiction. They have published works by Indigenous authors such as Bruce Pascoe and Alexis Wright.

  5. Giramondo Publishing: Giramondo Publishing is an independent publisher that has a focus on Indigenous fiction, poetry, and nonfiction. They have published works by Indigenous authors such as Samuel Wagan Watson and Kim Scott.

  6. IAD Press: IAD Press is an Indigenous-owned publisher that focuses on Indigenous fiction, poetry, and nonfiction. They have published works by Indigenous authors such as Ellen van Neerven and Melissa Lucashenko.

  7. Silvey Publishing: Silvey Publishing is an Indigenous-owned publisher that specializes in Indigenous fiction, poetry and nonfiction. They have published works by Indigenous authors such as Aileen Moreton-Robinson and Samuel Wagan Watson.

  8. UQP Indigenous: UQP Indigenous is a Indigenous-focused imprint of University of Queensland Press, which focuses on Indigenous fiction, poetry and nonfiction. They have published works by Indigenous authors such as Bruce Pascoe and Alexis Wright.

These publishers play an important role in promoting and preserving Indigenous voices, stories and culture in the Australian fiction publishing industry by providing a platform for Indigenous authors to showcase their work, and for readers to discover and engage with Indigenous fiction.

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