Pardalote Press is an independent publisher specialising in small print runs of quality writing and design.
Pardalote is committed to publishing poetry, especially poetry with a Tasmanian connection, and to making a range of contemporary poetic voices available in print to a national and local marketplace.
Pardalote Press publishes contemporary poetry, haiku and haiku related forms, and translations of ancient Chinese poetry with bilingual text.
Pardalote Press is not currently accepting submissions.
Lyn Reeves, with editorial and design input from gifted freelancers.
Tony Fuery, graphic designer for print, Clifton Hill, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Ph: 03 9481 0471
Tony Fuery is the designer of All I Ever Wanted was a Window by John West, Singing of Scented Grass by Ian Johnston, Under the one granite roof: poems for Walt Whitman by Karen Knight, Watersmeet: haiku and Measuring the Depth by Graham Nunn, Oil Slick Sun by Peter Macrow, Watching Pilgrims Watching Me by Jodie Hawthorne, Spinifex by Beverley George, Handfeeding the Crocodile by Gina Mercer, So Much Light by James Charlton, Postcards from the Asylum by Karen Knight, Waiting for the Owl by Ian Johnston, and covers for Seasoned with Honey and the ink brushed distance.
Designer: Julie Hunt
Julie Hunt is the designer of facepack by Sue Moss and of Walking the Tideline by Lyn Reeves as well as the anthology, Interior Despots: Running the border.
Julie is also a writer and visual artist. Her children's books include The Woman Who Knitted the World (1984), The Answerman (Hyland House, 1991), and Away! Away! (Roland Harvey Books, 2000). Away! Away! is forthcoming in a translated Korean edition. Julie's picture book Precious Little, co-authored with Sue Moss, is forthcoming from Allen & Unwin in 2009. Her other children's stories including The Coat and the Little Else series are also forthcoming from Allen & Unwin.
Her poetry is represented in Lozenge (Cornford Press, 1991) and MossHunt (chapbook, 1995) and has been published in many literary journals. Julie has designed for the Australian Women's Book Review, Coppertales (University of Southern Queensland) and Spinifex Press.
Her work with visual artists includes the exhibition Will the Real Australia Please Stand Up? (1996) curated by Christl Berg and The Shelley Innocence Project, with Peter Burke (2004). Julie is also a member of the out-there singing group The Kazakhstan Cowgirls.
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