Staff

ANU Press comprises a small but dedicated team, working from Menzies Library on The Australian National University’s Acton campus. Its core staff are supported by the ANU Press Advisory Committee and the discipline-specific Editorial Boards.

Core staff

Ben – Press Manager

The Press Manager is responsible for managing day-to-day tasks of the Press team, overseeing the Press’ production schedule, and liaising with authors, editors, copyeditors, designers, proofreaders, indexers, distributors and the Editorial Boards.

Elouise – Marketing and Communications Coordinator

The Marketing and Communications Coordinator works with authors to help promote their books in the lead up to publication and to organise launches, book reviews, interviews and other promotional activity following publication. For marketing enquiries, please contact Elouise at marketing.press@anu.edu.au.

Teresa – Design/Publishing Officer

The Design/Publishing Officer is responsible for designing the cover and layout of all titles. This position takes the books from their raw format into the multiple accessible formats produced by ANU Press. The Design/Publishing Officer also maintains the website.

Production Editor

The Production Editor assesses all newly submitted manuscripts. This position ensures the quality of all ANU Press manuscripts and performs vital checks on titles prior to final publication to ensure they meet ANU Press’ high standards.

Helen – Orders/Administration Assistant

In addition to providing administrative support to the ANU Press team, the Orders/Administration Assistant fulfils orders placed through the ANU Press website for its journals and also maintains the Press’ relationship with its main hardcopy distributor, Griffin Press.

Sarah – Publishing Assistant

The Publishing Assistant provides vital administrative support to the ANU Press team and Editorial Boards. This position also assists in checking the books before final publication and providing the titles to ANU Press’ third-party distributors.

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