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UQP releases most new titles simultaneously in print and ebook formats. Although not available from this website, our ebooks are available through all major ebook vendors, including: Amazon Kindle, Apple iBookstore, Baker & Taylor, Barnes & Noble NOOKbook store, Booku.com, Borders, ebooks.com, Google ebookstore, Kobo, Lightning Source, Overdrive, and Sony.

UQP eBook Collections
UQP eBook Collections provides access to selections of UQP titles suitable for distinct groups of readers. The David Unaipon Award 23 Winners Collection and Collection One of the UQ ePress Pacific Studies Series are two ideal examples.

Collections can also be compiled for specific needs, such as for students of Australian literature or for school reading lists. These collections are usually sold through library suppliers.

Key Features

  • An ebook lending service that integrates seamlessly with your collection management and catalogue systems.
  • Marc records provided.
  • Access to ePub and ePDF formats.
  • Download and read on multiple platforms, multiple devices, online-or-offline for academic, research, school and public libraries.
  • Free text searching within each book or across the entire collection.
  • Print, email, highlight, copy, note, bookmark, read aloud, and more, come as standard features within all ebooks in all collections.
  • Multiple concurrent access.


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What's New

UQP are delighted to share the wonderful news that Jill Eddington has been appointed as our new CEO. Jill has a long-standing relationship with us through her current role as Director of Literature at the Australia Council and as Director of the Byron Bay Writers’ Festival. Some of you will already know Jill and her unwavering commitment to Australian writers. Her knowledge of the Australian cultural sector, her brilliant relationship skills and her passion for great literature will be an asset to us. As we move towards our 70th anniversary in 2018, Jill will bring her considerable knowledge and experience to UQP as we revitalise and reposition ourselves for the future.

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Amanda Gearing will be speaking at Sunnybank Hills Library about the new edition of her book The Torrent.