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About PB Publishing

PB Publishing’s principal, Phillipa Butler, is a journalist of 25 years’ experience. She has worked for Australian newspapers including The Age and The Sunday Age, The Canberra Times and Australian Rural Times, as well as undertaking freelance work in writing, book editing and book production.

Her expertise extends from writing through to design and production and includes appointments as deputy chief sub-editor at The Age and production editor at Australian Rural Times. In a diverse career she has written across the spectrum, from technical scientific articles to subjects including education, the law, agriculture and human interest. Past work includes articles for CSIRO journals, the University of Melbourne and the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation (Melbourne), editing work with Monash University and La Trobe University, and regular production of a monthly 36-page newspaper.

In 2010 she wrote her first book, Haystacks & Hellfire, which was nominated for Heritage Victoria’s Community History Awards.

Phillipa collaborates with a network of associates in areas of special expertise, including graphic designers and specialist book editors, to ensure the highest quality publications are produced to deadline.

Tel: +61 (03) 5428 2201
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Latest Releases:

Gallipoli Eyewitness

Gallipoli Eyewitness Lt Gerald Gibson arrived in Egypt in December 1914 with a camera, two notebooks and his car appropriated to the Light Horse Brigade. He had no idea the following months in this ancient land would be the precursor to participation in one of Australia's most dramatic theatres of war - Gallipoli. Through the extraordinary events of the Anzac invasion of Turkey's Gallipoli Peninsula, he became eyewitness to an event that has been commemorated in Australia for nearly 100 years.

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