Author(s): Robin Dalton
In 1929 an eight-year-old child, who had very few relations, imagined an assortment of eccentric aunts, uncles and cousins. She wrote and illustrated a little book about them, which her grandmother kept.
This is it.
* Major print and radio interviews in publications such as Australian Women's Weekly and RN Late Night Live * Extract from Clive James' introduction of the Text Classics edition of AUNTS UP THE CROSS to be placed in a major Australian publication such as the Australian in the same month * Print review coverage in newspapers such as the Age, Sydney Morning Herald, West Australian, Courier Mail, Adelaide Advertiser * Wide print and online review coverage for both titles will include features in Christmas gift guides of publications such as Debrief Daily and North & South * Advertisements in literary and current affairs publications such as ABR, the Monthly, Limelight (ABC), the Big Issue, and on their associated websites * Promotions and giveaways with targeted subscriber groups, including exclusive women's club such as the Lyceum * Advertisements in bookseller newsletters and catalogues * Featured in Text newsletters and website * Budget for bookseller catalogues
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