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About Rebus Press

Julie Jay and Fee Sievers are the two-woman team that is Rebus Press. Our service is fast, reliable, affordable and friendly. Overheads are low (which keeps your costs down!) and we’re both published authors who are extremely passionate about what we do. Better yet, we LOVE to talk about self-publishing, so, if you haven’t already, come in and have a chat with us about your writing project. We’ll talk you through the self-publishing process and give you a free, no-obligation quote on what it’ll cost to turn your manuscript into a beautiful, affordable book.

Fee Sievers          julie jay

        fee sievers                                   julie jay


About fee Sievers

Fee Sievers is a much-published poet and writer. She has had four books as well as numerous poems, articles and reviews published in anthologies, magazines and online. Her books include: Calling Charlotte (Macmillan 2005), Adam’s New Eden (Flat Chat Press 2005), The Crossover (Underwood Publishing and Consulting 2007) and Fishwife or Femme Fatale (Rebus Press 2007 – joint publication).
Fee has a Diploma of Professional Writing and Editing and is frequently involved in local and wider-Melbourne community events, hosting and emceeing readings, events and literary sessions. As editor of Melbourne Poets Union’s newsletter, POAM, Fee is heavily involved in the Melbourne poetry community. Her latest passion is ‘ekphrasis’: writing poetry in response to artwork.

About julie jay

julie jay is a freelance writer, editor and graphic designer who has written and edited extensively for print and online media. She has also taught in both the Writing and Editing course and the Performing Arts course at Melbourne's NMIT. She has a Diploma in Professional Writing and Editing and was a founding member of small press publisher Flat Chat Press before going on to launch her own self-publishing business, Rebus Press, in 2006. Julie has been published in magazines and anthologies and is co-author of the self-published book Fishwife or Femme Fatale? She is currently working on her first fiction novel.