Black Inc. publishes some of Australia’s finest writers and poets, including Alice Pung, Simon Leys, Anna Goldsworthy, A.J. Mackinnon, Les Murray and Robert Adamson. The much-loved Best Australian Stories, Poems and Essays anthologies are published annually under this imprint. International authors include Raj Patel and Steve Hely.
Black Inc. Agenda Commissioned by Australia’s leading public intellectual, Robert Manne, Agenda books are designed to deepen public discussion in Australia. The imprint aims to produce high quality scholarly books with a distinctively political edge. Bestsellers include Andrew Wilkie’s Axis of Deceit.
Nero publishes exciting and entertaining commercial mass market titles. Authors include the iconic Diane Keaton, actor/singer Lea Michele, Oscar-winner Diablo Cody, Australian media personality Chrissie Swan, sporting legends John Sattler and Ray "Rabs" Warren. Highlight best-selling titles include Callgirl: Confessions of a Double Life by Jeanette Angell and Dr Steve Boutcher's diet and exercise book: 20 X 3.
Quarterly Essay is a trailblazing Australian political journal. Each issue contains a single essay written at a length of about 25,000 words plus correspondence relating to the previous issue. QE aims to present the widest range of political, intellectual and cultural opinion. Several QEs have won literary awards. Highlight authors include Annabel Crabb, Tim Flannery, Mungo MacCallum, David Marr and many more. www.quarterlyessay.com
Redbacks are 'Books with Bite'. Short books on big issues by leading Australian writers and thinkers including Andrew Leigh, Eric Knight and Ross Garnaut.
Schwartz Business publishes cutting-edge business and finance titles that cater for both finance specialists and those working in the financial industry and general readers. Among many others, Schwartz Business proudly publishes the best-selling author Harry S. Dent Jr.
Schwartz City publishes some of the highest quality art books being produced in Australia today. Included in this impressive list are So Far by Dale Frank, Performances by Mike Parr and MADDESTMAXIMVS by Shaun Gladwell.