Australian Scholarly Publishing Pty Ltd was established in 1991. 

It has two main imprints – ASP Australian Scholarly Publishing and Arcadia general non-fiction & fiction including the Press On series. 

Australian Scholarly Publishing also has a national sales & distribution arm, Australian Book Marketing, which represents Australian Scholarly and overseas publishers to the book trade, special interest groups, schools and libraries.

If you wish to submit a proposal for a book, please ring or email Nick Walker to discuss the proposal, or post a synopsis and sample chapters, or the entire manuscript of the work, to our postal address. Be sure to include your telephone number or email address and a stamped self-addressed envelope.

Amongst our new titles:

AVJennings: Home Builders to the Nation
The story of Australia's leaders in home design and development during the housing revolution of 1962–1982.
The Best Feeling Of All The Best Feeling of All
Jack Ellis' new novel follows two friends who share in love, loss and life-altering decisions through the most emotionally charged of all life stages, the wild and euphoric years between 15 and 25.
Alfonso Alfonso
Félix Calvino's gentle yet searching exploration of a Spanish migrant's feelings and experiences in the country Australia used to be more than forty years ago.
Lost in the Mists Lost in the Mists
The diaries, letters and photographs of Mawson's cartographer, Leslie Russell Blake. Featuring over 160 photographs.
The Diaries of Frank Hurley The Diaries of Frank Hurley
The diaries of photographer Frank Hurley during the Mawson and Shackleton Antarctic Expeditions. Featuring 39 photographs of polar expeditions and wartime experiences.
 A Voyage to Australia A Voyage to Australia
In 1866 Ambrosius van Delden, a Dutch colonial resident of Java, undertook a journey from Java to Australia. He recorded the smallest details of nature, social customs, trade and industry, and in passing commented on the turbulent political issues of the time.


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