Former Liberal staffer Brittany Higgins, who alleges she was raped by a colleague inside a ministerial office in Canberra, will publish a memoir next year.
Ms Higgins' allegations about an assault at Parliament House in 2019 sparked a debate across the country about the treatment of women.
Penguin Random House Australia called Ms Higgins "a young, brave voice and a pioneer for a new generation" and said it would publish her book in 2022.
"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," the publisher said.
"This book will shine a light on the toxic workplace culture inside the corridors of power and provide a first-hand account of what it was like surviving a media storm that turned into a movement," Ms Higgins said in a statement on Tuesday evening.
She said half of the royalties of each book will be donated to the Canberra Rape Crisis Centre.
Australian Associated Press