Penguin Random House Australia announced it would be publishing Higgins memoir next year.
"This is the personal account of a young woman who took on the most formidable institution in the country, spoke truth to power and sparked a reckoning with systemic abuse that will be felt for years to come," the publisher said in a statement, per SBS.
"Brittany's story, in her own words, will be a call for desperately needed reform, and a watershed moment for Australian women in public life."
Last month, Higgins joined the March 4 Justice rally outside Parliament House in Canberra, where she addressed the many protesters who had come out to support the conversation sparked by her allegation.
“This isn’t a political problem. This is a human problem," she told the crowd. "We’ve all learnt over the past few weeks just how common gendered violence is in this country. It’s time our leaders on both sides of politics stop avoiding the subject and side-stepping accountability. It’s time we actually address the problem."
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