Craig Munro is an award-winning biographer and the founding chair of the Queensland Writers Centre. As the inaugural fiction editor at the University of Queensland Press, and later as publishing manager, he worked with many emerging writers who have since become celebrated authors. Craig won the Barbara Ramsden Award for editing in 1985, and studied book publishing in Canada and the United States on a Churchill Fellowship in 1991. His previous books include Paper Empires: a history of the book in Australia, 1946–2005 (co-edited with Robyn Sheahan-Bright) and Under Cover: adventures in the art of editing.
Adam joined the Copyright Agency as Chief Executive in August 2015 from News Corp, where he was the Director of Policy, Corporate Affairs & Community Relations.
Prior to that, he was the director of policy and corporate affairs for FOXTEL and prior to this held a commercial role running FOXTEL’s wholesale group. Before joining FOXTEL Adam worked for a period in Singapore, as a director in SingTel’s international group, which oversaw the company’s investments across the Asia-Pacific. Prior to going to Singapore he was general manager of regulatory affairs at Optus.