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Scribe acquires book on drug scourge

Scribe has acquired world rights in The Ice Age: a journey into crystal meth addiction, by freelance journalist Luke Williams. The book will be an expanded version of a piece that Williams recently had published in The Saturday Paper.

Scribe’s publisher, Henry Rosenbloom, described the forthcoming book as ‘a vital, compelling … Read the rest  »


Scribe acquires The Secret History of Wonder Woman by Jill Lepore

We are delighted to announce that we’ve recently acquired The Secret History of Wonder Woman by New Yorker staff writer Jill Lepore.

Lepore’s book tells the story of one of our greatest pop culture icons, as well as revealing the secret life of her highly influential creator and the real heroines who inspired him. Ultimately, she  … Read the rest  »

Scribe designers shortlisted for the Australian Book Design Awards

We are delighted to see so many Scribe books on the shortlist for the Australian Book Design Awards! We’re so lucky to have such incredibly talented designers to work with. Allison Colpoys, Jenny Grigg, Miriam Rosenbloom; you guys are the best!

Congratulations to all the other shortlisted designers, too. You can see the entire … Read the rest  »


Entries open for the Scribe Nonfiction Prize for Young Writers

We’re delighted to announce that entries are now open for the Scribe Nonfiction Prize for Young Writers. This developmental award, run in conjunction with Express Media, is open to writers aged 30 or under who are working on a longform work in any nonfiction genre: memoir, journalism, essay, biography, and creative nonfiction … Read the rest  »


Emerging Writer #4 — Rebecca Giggs

The final emerging writer in our series is Rebecca Giggs. We’d been admiring Rebecca’s work from afar for a while before we signed her for a lyrical, thoughtful work of narrative nonfiction about humans' relationship to whales.

Rebecca is currently a creative-writing lecturer at Macquarie University in Sydney, and was shortlisted  … Read the rest  »