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    Fremantle Press / Fremantle Arts Centre Press

    Anyone know anything about this Australian publisher? Their website shows them as a "not for profit" publisher. That might mean they're funded by grants . . . or by their authors. They seem to have an extensive author list and have been around for at least 6 years.

    Someone asked me about them and I have no clue.
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    According to their about page they have been around for over 35 years. It also seems they only publish Western Ausralian authors.

    Their "consultancy" looks a bit worrying to me. But I'll assume they actually are a non-profit publisher, and that there are rules in Austraia for being a non-profit, and understand they have to get money from somewhere if they publish books with limited commercial appeal.

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