Black Ink Press is a community-based Indigenous publishing venture based in Townsville. It supports emerging writers and artists in order to create contemporary illustrated books especially for young Indigenous readers. It supports Australian Indigenous languages. Black Ink Press has its origins in the realisation that the wealth of Indigenous talent is often constrained by lack of confidence and lack of knowledge of the publishing industry. In 1999 driven by the need for reading materials amongst the Indigenous students at Shalom College, the Yalga-binbi Institute asked Jeanie Adams to run a program to find and mentor Indigenous writers and illustrators. This was funded by donations from non profit foundations. From this small beginning The Black Ink Project was launched in 2001.
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