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Founded as Melbourne University Press in 1922, Melbourne University Publishing proudly continues a strong tradition in Australian publishing both today, and into the future. MUP books provide important contributions to a broad range of non-fiction subjects, including: politics, current affairs, biographies, true crime, history, society, art and design, food and wine, self-help and sport.
Under the five imprints of Melbourne University Press, Victory Books, The Miegunyah Press, our Academic Monographs and the esteemed literary journal Meanjin, MUP showcases first-class Australian writing. Our authors include the best and brightest local and international politicians, journalists, historians, critics and social commentators. Sometimes controversial, sometimes light-hearted and always clever and engaging, Melbourne University Publishing’s online book store is your first stop for the best in Australian non-fiction writing.
The Miegunyah Press showcases the best in Australian art and design, food and wine, environment and history. These beautifully illustrated collectible books are as stunning as they are culturally important.
Our Melbourne University Press imprint sets the bar for our nation's serious non-fiction writing. For more than 80 years, MUP has been publishing books that enliven debate on politics, history, society and culture.
The Victory Books imprint MUP publishes a broad range of genres including sport, true crime, fiction, food and wine, popular culture, humour, television tie-ins and self-help.
Our Academic Monographs provide a vital resource for Australia’s premier academics to share their important research with the wider community. These books represent the next wave of Australia’s brilliant minds, and we are proud to publish their incredible works.
Meanjin is Australia’s second oldest literary journal and one of the most respected. It is committed to publishing the best of new writing by both emerging and established authors.