Publishing Partnerships

Do you or your organisation have a story to tell?

NewSouth, a leading independent Australian non-fiction publisher, is perfectly placed to help get your book published. Highly respected for our titles on Australian history, politics, current affairs, biography, art and design and popular science, we’ll bring all of this experience to your project.

With a thorough collaborative process, NewSouth’s talented team will ensure your book is produced with the highest editorial, design and production standards, to budget, to schedule, and achieves your publishing objectives. Whether you would like to reach your own networks, members and staff, or find a much bigger audience, we can help.

In our publishing partnerships program, we’ve collaborated with individuals, cultural and educational institutions, government departments, not-for-profits, architecture firms, law firms, religious groups, sporting associations and many others.

We’ve published books in association with:

Australian Museum | State Library of New South Wales | Australian War Memorial | Art Gallery of New South Wales | David Jones | Herbert Smith Freehills | Westpac Banking Corporation | Commonwealth Bank of Australia | Macquarie Group | Surf Life Saving Australia | Australian National Maritime Museum | Powerhouse Museum | State Library of Victoria | Sydney Living Museums | HammondCare |The Great Synagogue, Sydney | Loreto Property Association |

NewSouth will look after your publishing needs, including:

  • project management
  • structural editing, copyediting, proofreading and indexing
  • cover and internal design by Australia’s top designers
  • high-quality production and printing to your specifications
  • sales, marketing and distribution both direct and to bookstores
  • ebook creation and distribution

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Painting by Numbers: The life and art of Ferdinand Bauer by David J Mabberley (published in association with the State Library of New South Wales)

David Jones: 175 years by Helen O'Neill (published in association with David Jones)

Transformations: Harriet and Helena Scott, colonial Sydney's finest natural history painters by Vanessa Finney (published in association with the Australian Museum)

Capturing Nature: Early Scientific Photography at the Australian Museum 1857–1893 by Vanessa Finney (published in association with the Australian Museum)

The Western Front Diaries of Charles Bean edited by Peter Burness (published in association with the Australian War Memorial)

Bruce Rickard: A Life in Architecture edited by Julie Cracknell, Peter Lonergan and Sam Rickard