Christine Gordon is the Programming Manager of Readings, a role she has enjoyed for many wonderful years now. She was a founding member of the Stella Prize, and she sits on the board of the Victorian Women’s Trust, the Emerging Writers Festival and the Readings Foundation. She lives in Melbourne with her bloke and their two adult children. She loves to read.
Recent Small Press News
The Book of the Year Award 2020: Winner Announcement
The Small Press Network is honoured to announce the winner of the 2020 Book of the Year Award is Forgotten Corners: Essays in Search of an Island’s Soul by Pete Hay, published by Walleah Press. The Book of Year Award aims to recognise some of the most ground-breaking books being produced by independent publishers today. […]November 2020
The Book of the Year Award 2020: Shortlist Announcement
The Small Press Network is honoured to announce the shortlist for the inaugural Book of the Year Award. The Book of Year Award marks a new direction for the Small Press Network and its membership. It aims to recognise and award some of the most significant and ground-breaking books being published by local independent publishers […]November 2020
On Book Design
Interviews by Katie Fridman, compiled and edited by Gladys Serugga — There are many elements that make up a great book, from the charismatic best friend of the main character, to the descriptive language that creates a setting vivid enough to paint real life on the canvas of our minds. But while the essence of […]