Garry Disher's publishers

 

 

Garry Disher’s Publishers

Australia

Allen and Unwin, Sydney
    the six Wyatt novels
    Straight, Bent and Barbara Vine (crime short stories)
    The Sunken Road
    Past the Headlands
    Writing Fiction: An Introduction to the Craft (3rd edition, 2001)
    Writing Professionally

Text Publishing, Melbourne
    the seven Challis and Destry novels
    the seventh and eighth Wyatt novels, Wyatt and The Heat
    an omnibus edition of the 5th and 6th Wyatt novels (The Wyatt Butterfly)
    stand-alone crime novel, Bitter Wash Road

Arcadia/Australian Scholarly Publishing
    Play Abandoned (novel)

Penguin Books, Melbourne
    The Man Who Played Spoons
    Writing Fiction (1993 and 1995 editions)

William Collins/Angus and Robertson, Sydney
    Steal Away
    The Difference to Me
    The Stencil Man
    Flamingo Gate
    Personal Best, Personal Best 2, Below the Waterline (anthologies)

    various children’s books

Hachette (Hodder), Sydney
   

    various children’s and YA books

Oxford University Press, Melbourne
    Australian History textbooks

Neptune Press (now defunct)
    Approaches (short stories)


USA

Soho Press
    the Challis and Destry novels

Arthur Levine/Scholastic
    The Divine Wind

Houghton Mifflin
    The Bamboo Flute
    Ratface
    Switch Cat

England

Bitter Lemon Press
    the Challis and Destry novels

Hodder
    Children’s/YA

Fourth Estate
    The Sunken Road

Germany

Pulp Master, Berlin
     the Wyatt novels

Knaur
    Wyatt mass-market editions

Reclam
    The Apostle Bird

Diesterweg
    The Divine Wind

Germany/Switzerland

Unionsverlag
    the Challis and Destry novels
    Past the Headlands

Holland
   
Orega
    The Dragon Man
    Kittyhawk Down

Ploegsma
    Ratface

France

Actes Sud
    The Sunken Road

Denmark

Forlaget Modtryk
    the Wyatt novels

Gyldendal
    Restless
    The Divine Wind

Turkey

ErKO Yayincilik
    The Dragon Man

Italy

Marcos y Marcos
    The Dragon Man

Mondadori
    The Bamboo Flute

Czechoslovakia

Vydal Slovensky
    The Divine Wind

Colombia (Norma editions distributed throughout South and Central America)

Norma
    Ermyntrude Takes Charge
    Ratface

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