Spinifex Press opened their doors 23 years ago, in 1991, with a remit of publishing ‘controversial and innovative feminist books with an optimistic edge’. As director of Spinifex Press, Susan Hawthorne has weathered every storm that has threatened the industry, allowing Spinifex to stay the course when many other independent presses have fallen by the wayside.
In conversation with PEN Melbourne’s Cynthia Troup, Susan outlines the directions feminist publishing must take in order to survive.
Susan Hawthorne is a poet, novelist, publisher, aerialist, political activist and author. She is co-founder of the independent feminist press, Spinifex. Susan is also the coordinator of the English Language Network and a member of the International Committee of Independent Publishers as part of the ... Read more
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