MidnightSun launched Kristin Weidenbach’s and Timothy Ide’s gorgeous picture book King of the Outback yesterday. The hall was packed, the speech by Dyan Blacklock was strong and supportive, but most importantly the vibe was great! So many friendly faces in the crowd, many of them friends from the writing community. Thank you so much for once again supporting a local writer and publisher. Without you, there would be no books!
Local Colour – Adelaide by Sally Heinrich has arrived early due to high demand. We are very proud and excited to be publishing this exquisite mindfulness colouring book about Adelaide and surrounds. Continue reading Local Colour – Adelaide is here!
Breaking Beauty Book Launch 7 Nov 2014
It seems like a long time ago now, but back in November 2014 MidnightSun Publishing launched our first short story collection Breaking Beauty. It was such a great night that although months have passed we still enjoy talking about it!
The South Australian Writers Centre was full to bursting with a marvellous crowd, all there to support the 27 brilliant writers in the collection. We were thrilled that, despite the heat, so many people turned up to celebrate this very special book. Continue reading Breaking Beauty Launch!
On Friday 8 May 2015 we launched Amanda Hickie’s thrilling novel An Ordinary Epidemic at the SA Writers’ Centre in Adelaide. A supportive crowd braved the autumn rain to join us in celebrating this terrific novel. In her launch speech Lynette Washington made everyone acutely aware that Amanda’s story about a deadly outbreak could have been about us. What would you do if the epidemic hit? How far would you go to protect the ones you love? Amanda Hickie emphasised the importance of ethics in all of our lives and told us how the idea for the book came to her when she was living in Canada during the SARS outbreak. Continue reading An Ordinary Epidemic launched in style!
Please join MidnightSun for the launch of Amanda Hickie‘s highly anticipated nail biter An Ordinary Epidemic. Editor and writer Lynette Washington will launch the book in style. As always, there will be plenty of drinks and nibbles. Bring a friend, dance, buy a book, chat with a writer, have fun! RSVP‘s much appreciated. Continue reading Adelaide Launch of An Ordinary Epidemic!
On Friday 7 November 2014 from 6.30pm we’ll be launching the fabulous collection Breaking Beauty, which contains stories about beauty in all its disguises. Established and emerging writers appear side by side on these pages and they all have something unique to say about beauty. Why don’t you join us at the SA Writers’ Centre, 187 Rundle Mall in Adelaide for a fantastic night to celebrate the beauty of the short story form. All welcome! Continue reading The launch is so close now…
Thank you so much to those of you who were able to join us for the launch of Kim Lock’s Peace, Love and Khaki Socks! It was a festive night full of smiles. Author Heather Taylor Johnson did a stellar job launching the book and the audience was wonderfully supportive.
Kim spoke beautifully about her journey to publication. Her Freudian slip, saying that she had a few people to ‘spank’ rather than to ‘thank’ lifted the Continue reading Successfully launching Peace, Love and Khaki Socks
What can I say? What an amazing experience! Those of you who couldn’t make it to the launch of Pangamonium last Friday night, 20 July 2012, you really did miss out on a huge night. The SA Writers’ Centre atrium was bursting at the seams, wine supplied by Cleggett Wines was plentiful and the speeches were excellent. Continue reading The Pangamonium Launch Party
We are delighted to announce that our second novel is on its way. On Friday 20th July 2012, MidnightSun Publishing will launch Pangamonium by Zanesh Catkin. It’s a witty romp with its heart set firmly on its sleeve.
Zanesh is already hard at work tweeting about everything and anything @ZaneshCatkin if you are that way inclined. You can also read more about him and the book on his website: zaneshcatkin.com or his Facebook page. Continue reading Zanesh Catkin joins MidnightSun
Finally, the day had come to launch MidnightSun Publishing’s first book ever! Anna Solding’s enchanting novel The Hum of Concrete was about to take flight from the most wonderful writers’ festival in the world, Adelaide Writers’ Week. Amongst the trees of the Pioneer Women’s Memorial Garden, highly esteemed writer Sean Williams said a few well-chosen words on stage before Anna proceeded to tell the audience an ice-breaker: Continue reading The Hum of Concrete is launched at Adelaide Writers’ Week
MidnightSun Publishing proudly presents The Hum of Concrete, an evocative novel by new writer Anna Solding.
Highly esteemed author Sean Williams will launch The Hum of Concrete at Adelaide Writers’ Week, Pioneer Women’s Memorial Garden Saturday 3 March 2012 at 5pm sharp
Please join us in raising a complimentary glass to celebrate.
February is here and the time has finally come to let MidnightSun Publishing stand on its own two feet. Last night, 10 Feb 2012, the company was officially launched at an amazing party in Adelaide. Well-known businessman Simon Hackett did the honours and did so beautifully, talking about the need for people to be passionate about what they love and actually transform their passions into businesses. Continue reading MidnightSun Publishing is officially launched!
December and 2011 is almost over and a thrilling new year is about to begin. MidnightSun will send our first novel off to the printer next week, after some very intense weeks working on both the cover and the internal design with wonderful Jenny Grigg. We cannot recommend her highly enough! Allan Taylor came on board and did an amazing job illustrating the book and drawing maps to help the reader find their way in the Swedish city of Malmö, where The Hum of Concrete takes place. Soon we will be able to reveal the cover here and give you a few samples of the beautiful drawings. Until then, have a fabulous New Year and 2012 full of great reading!
The month is October. Spring is approaching and so is the launch of MidnightSun Publishing’s website. We have been working hard to make it inviting and user friendly. Please give us feedback. We love to hear about how great it looks but we are also open to suggestions for improvements.
The year is 2011 and we are only a few short months away from the launch of our first book, The Hum of Concrete, at The Adelaide Writers’ Week in March 2012. We hope to attract a huge crowd of supporters, so please join us for flowing wine and delectable nibbles.
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