ETT IMPRINT represents nearly one hundred
Australian authors and Estates, many of which were purchased
from the Angus & Robertson backlist in the mid-1990s.
Our aim is to keep Australian literary classics available,
and our authors include Judith Wright, Kenneth Slessor,
Arthur Upfield, Ion Idriess, Christina Stead, Eleanor
Dark, Miles Franklin, CJ Dennis, Mary Gilmore, Ern Malley,
and Sir Donald Bradman. We also publish key critical
works on Gwen Harwood, Elizabeth Jolley, Sally Morgan,
Jack Davis, Francis Webb, Peter Carey and Mudrooroo.
Tom Thompson (below)
by Garry Shead Archibald Prize 1993
THOMPSON is Publisher and proprietor of ETT Imprint.
Born in 1953, he has worked a journalist and art critic
for the Sydney Morning Herald and The National Times.
Her has authored fourteen books including Growing Up
in the Sixties (1986), Hors Texte (Paris, 1997) and
Hurstville Oval (2002). He was Publisher at the Australian
Bicentennial Authority (1984-1988), and developed the
Imprint label as Associate Publisher for Collins in
1988. As Publisher of Literature at Angus & Robertson
(1989-1993) he developed the Imprint Classics, Lives,
and Critical Studies series and was Publisher of the
A & R poetry list. In 1994 he published the first
Imprint titles under Editions Tom Thompson, in association
with HarperCollins, from whom he purchased the trademark
and titles over the next two years. Currently he is
completing editing some unpublished works by Henry Miller,
including Nexus2 and The Paris Notebooks (Grove 2004).