Writer's Articles - Books

Launch: Among the Willows and Wild Things, TFWF Sept 15, 1.15pm

Murder by the Prosecution book launch

'Writers Festival shines light on the Tamar'

Books to giveaway ... ALL GONE!X

Reviewed! Ducks for Dark Times ...


Shame on those responsible ...

So you want my vote ...

Launched! Tasmanian Whisky, The Devil's Share ...

FREE books. First in, Best dressed ... !x

Fiction, or Gaming ... ?

And the Man Booker goes to ...

MLC Ruth Forrest's review of The Balfour Correspondent

Free books ... First in, best dressed

THIS ARVO: Fullers Bookshop, The First Casualty ...

Fullers Bookshop: The First Casualty by Peter Greste

Reviewed! Wharfie ...

A treat, an absolute treat ...

Richard Flanagan In Conversation with Phillip Adams

Revisiting the good, the bad ... and the ugly ...

The gentle launch ...

The wind moaning through the scree and eucalypt canopy screams NO ...

Her reverie is broken by a rough hand on her arm ...

Tasmanian Writers Centre Writers & Readers Festival, Hadleys, September 14-17 ...

Remembering Irish exile 150 years on ...

Reviewed! The memory of genocide in Tasmania ...

FREE! Two books to give away ... BOTH gone ...

A Crying in the Wind ... Tom's story

A Crying in the Wind ... a Tasmanian story

One Flew Over the Kookaburra's Nest ...

Wattle and Daub ...

Free books: First in, best dressed ...

TODAY, Moonah Arts Centre, 7pm: James Dryburgh in conversation with Caroline Brothers

'They do not allow construction of high rise buildings in their cities’ historic heart ...'

Today: Flanman at Fullers ...

You can be a successful writer, but only if you live in Melbourne or Sydney ...

A lot more richness is revealed ... (1)

A book to give away ... GONE, in 60 seconds ...

Launch of 'Losing Streak' today (March 14) ...

Charlie gets frocked


Geraldine's favourite bookshop ...

I am calling it early ...

Poverty of 20th & 21st century architectural imagination ...

Australia has lost its way

Launched! Physick ... and a true Elder

America is a Gun

Be under no illusion: Malcolm Turnbull wants to destroy Australian literature

Reviewed! The Shearers

A Cosmical Comicular Event

The Making of a Post-Modern Testament ...

Winners of the Premier’s Literary Prizes ...

The Invitation – An Introduction to A Letter to an Unknown Artist

Sweetbreads! A Tale of Protests, Polaroids and the Pill in 1960s Hobart

Richard Flanagan is inaugural Australian literature professor at Melbourne Uni

How We're Surrounded by Disaster Capitalism

World's best ... anywhere but Tasmania ...

An Open Letter to John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand

Shortlists for the 2015 Premier’s Literary Prizes

A Triumph for South Hobart ...

The most talented collection of Creative Chattering Classes in Tassie’s recent history...

Free book for Review. Gone ... in 60 seconds (well almost)!x

Tasmanian Writers and Readers Festival 11 - 13 September 2015


Tasmanian Writers and Readers Festival 2015: Don Watson, Helen Garner and Bob Brown

A British Genocide in Tasmania

The narrow road to the deep north ...

Tasmanian Authors: The Real Gems of Australia

They are too busy writing badly to read well ...

Young Writers to Take Over Hobart City ...

Reviewed! High Beam

Reviewed! High Beam

Eight Best Places In Hobart For The Literary-Minded

Discovering the Spirit of Tasmania ...

Reviewed! Germaine at MONA ... it began well ...

Black War: The incompetent in pursuit of the intangible ...

Fullers, 5.30pm today: Discover the Spirit of Tasmania ... launched!

A chat with Omar bin Musa

'He seems to belong on Route 66 instead of the Devil’s Highway ...'

Riding the Devil's Highway

Transportation Press: Transportation islands and cities launched. Welcome Iran!

Skin in The Game ...

Hey There Mister Prime Minister

Island magazine rethinks digital publishing ...

Flanagan's island

Transportation Islands and Cities: A Launch

Transportation launch: Fullers Bookshop, 5.30 tonight

The Truth About Ta Ann. 'The biggest environmental crime of our times'

How to be an ace reporter

The Flan Man and Bob Graham give it all away ...

The Erica Bell Foundation winners ...

The Doomed Battalion ... Petrarch's Saturday, Hobart Bookshop Nov 7

Unyielding Imagination

The Flan-Man's Triumph

The Flan-Man Triumphs

What winning the Man Booker prize would mean to Tassie's Richard Flanagan

Richard Flanagan shortlisted for the Man Booker prize

Friends Meeting House, 2pm Sun 14 Sept: James Boyce in conversation with James Charlton

What was the best moment of your life?

Lola's new cousin ... a review

Well sinners ... welcome to the launch ...

Hobart Bookshop: Launch of Michael Tatlow's new book, Pike's Pyramid

My Vietnam War captures the danger of Vietnam, the mateship bonded under fire, and ...

Postcards from Bruny

Launched in Launi: James Dryburgh's Essays

Launched in Launi: James Dryburgh's Essays (and all the speeches)

Essays from Near and Far - Northern Launch

Essays from Near and Far - Northern Launch

Richard Flanagan lone Aussie on Booker longlist

Transportation Island: The London Project Launch - Darren Lee writes

Richard Flanagan lone Aussie on Booker longlist

Acorn: The Songs of Jesse Adams

The Hobart Bookshop: Bob Brown, James Boyce, August 7

ASA Bulletin: Can't pay or won't pay?

Hobart Bookshop: Pete Hay, Kathryn Lomer

Transportation islands and cities: Submissions are open again

‘The Skirmish’ - debut combat novel from SA writer Daniel Springham ...

The night I met Jimbo, Donzo fell UP the stairs ...

The night I met Jimbo, Donzo fell UP the stairs ...

The Hobart Bookshop: James Dryburgh's Essays from Near and Far

Beyond Contempt

TWC Bulletin: Presenting your work to an audience with Lian Tanner

Flash Fiction - stories you can read in a matter of minutes! Angela Meyer workshop

Born Bad: Original Sin and the Making of the Western World

One Shot Kills

More than 25 years after 'the clever country' little has changed

TWC Bulletin: Winning Pillow Talk Poems unveiled

Birds are singing as Evie Wyld wins the Miles Franklin

William Cuffay’s Enduring Gift

The Tasmanian Writers' Centre has had a very busy time

Acorn Press Winter Catalogue

The Songs of Jesse Adams

Tasmanian Literature reunites with its creative forebears, with a contemporary twist

The Art Of Observing: Enhance your creative writing


Being respectful at work is NOT optional

Being respectful at work is NOT optional

The Ardour of Alpacas

Hobart Bookshop: Please join us at the following launch ...

Transportation: islands and cities: Crowdfunding launch

Two Travel Writing Masterclasses with Claire Scobie

Visions of Colonial Grandeur

Eimear McBride wins the 2014 Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction

Arnold Zable 2 Day Masterclass - Final Call!

The Eve Masterman Peace Poetry Prize winners

The Founders Room: The Inaugural Tasmanian PEN Lecture

Lea Michele's Brunette Ambition

Conversation with James Boyce & Hamish Maxwell-Stewart

Meet Karen Harrland, winner of the Finch Memoir Prize for 2014

History wars: a brave attempt to bridge the divide on frontier settlement

Smart Soapy

Founders Room: In Conversation; James Boyce & Hamish Maxwell-Stewart

Hobart Bookshop: Liz McQuilkin's poetry collection The Nonchalant Garden

Extract from Building on Firm Foundations ... The Cooper family

He treats his volunteer labour like shit, but put a camera in his hand and he’s a genius ...

First book on MH370 mystery blames US war games

Arty Anita's Fierce Frescos

Bridge Blues on the Milliner's Mile

Building on Firm Foundations ... The Cooper family

Violet-haired, pure, honey-smiling Sappho

Benjamin Law in Hobart for three special events

All to win, and a win for all time

The Hobart Bookshop: A Tapestry of Bruny Island

Stella Prize: Clare Wright for The Forgotten Rebels of Eureka

Enduring echo

Kate's creative connection

Science and Religion: 5 Questions

Gabriel García Márquez tributes celebrate life and work of literary giant

The ASA Bulletin

Hobart Bookshop: Keeping Time

Naked Girls Reading: 25% discount for online tickets on June 17

Polynesian Princess is a crowd pleaser

Submissions are open for Transportation

Richard Flanagan's Road to Indie success

Richard Flanagan’s Road to Indie success

Ghosts of Ireland: A Shanachie's Tale published on Amazon

Write Your Memoir - two places left in this Launceston course

Island at the Farm Bar - Friday 4 April 2014: Launching Island 136

The Hobart Bookshop: Splendour of the Shore

Falling for a Pod of Dolphins. Story Competition ...

Hobart Bookshop: The Language of Water

Intelligent infidelity

From Head to Toe: Men and Their Roles in the First Two Generations of Christianity

Falling for a Pod of Dolphins. Story Competition ...

Four places left in Arnold Zable's The Art of Story full-day course

New series on our Australian Bushrangers separates fact from fiction

Visiting writers@ the Lark - Arnold Zable and Maureen Scott Harris

Hobart Bookshop: The Unspeak Poems

Lynne Champion conqueror of mountains and canyons

Hutchins taking flight

Forthcoming epic adventure novel examines impact of global warming

Geordie Williamson to join Island magazine as Fiction Editor

Hobart Bookshop: The Unspeak Poems

Beam me up Scottie! The SF Connectionnn ...

The Hobart Bookshop: Michael Denholm

The Hobart Bookshop: Tansy Rayner Roberts, Dirk Flinthart

Tim Thorne Book Launch

This engaging story ...

The Homestead: Naked Girls Reading

The ALRC Copyright Inquiry report and the Australian Society of Authors

Ingredients four Kim's kitchen

Scholarly Skelly

The Hobart Bookshop: Launch of Peter Timms' Asking For Trouble

Crossword Castle

David's Dogs

First Tasmanian meeting for cultural project between London and Tasmania

Jesse Fink's AC/DC

Chocolate cake for breakfast or just desserts!

We need strong copyright laws, says Attorney-General

Tasmanian Writers' Centre: Thank you for your support in 2013

Island at Rosny Barn

Jammie Journey

Island launch party at Rosny Barn

Join us to celebrate 2013 - Lark Distillery, Wed 18 December, 6pm

Flying Bass Strait

Non-existent Tasmanian literary collective wins National Award

Acorn Press: Pieces of Eternity

The official launch of Island 135

A poem

The Bush Clown

The Bush Clown

Forgotten Fearless Females

Google Books decision ignores needs of copyright owners

Acorn Press Summer Catalogue

New coffee table book explores Melbourne's cultural history

Tasmanian authors release new novels

Kind Connolly creeps into Kingston

Take a look into the future ...

Learning from Leunig

Jamie's Garden of E-dible

Hobart Bookshop: Eminent Australian historian David Day's Flaws in the Ice

The Lost

Former Aussie digger digs deep behind the war in Iraq

An Afternoon with Ray Martin: Sunday 17th November at 4pm

The literary life of Reilly's Tasmanian Tournament

Treading trampolines in Tasmania

Lucky Santangelo an 'Almost' rare heroine

Falling Into the Sound of Water

The Power of the Melbourne Cup

Defining Drongo

Hobart Bookshop: Emerging Writers' Festival Roadshow, Mem Fox

Miles Franklin award-winning novelist Anna Funder hits out at media companies

Anthony Lawrence wins the Blake Prize for poetry

Four Green Houses, One Red Hotel

Booker prize: Eleanor Catton becomes youngest winner for The Luminaries

Booker prize: Eleanor Catton becomes youngest winner for The Luminaries

Katherine Serengeti Sorjoun

Margaret Atwood: Alice Munro's road to Nobel literature prize was not easy

Eating Heaven: Spirituality at the Table

DISTURBANCE at the Dylan Thomas Festival

Three days on the Island: Emerging Writers' Festival

Hobart Bookshop: Ice Breaker, The Journey

Poetry, without a shred of pity

Poetry, without a shred of pity

On a manhunt into colony's dark heart

The Mad Marathon: The Story of the 2013 Election

Leo Schofield AM named as new Patron of Island magazine

Genetically engineered Roses

Hobart-born author and Miles Franklin winner Christopher Koch loses battle with cancer

Love story on railway of death a personal novel for author Richard Flanagan

Love story on railway of death a personal novel for author Richard Flanagan

Oil and Honey: The Education of an Unlikely Activist, Bill McKibben

Island launches North and South this weekend

Polish Club, 2pm Sunday: Launch of Richard Flanagan's new book

Tinkerbell's Tearful Tale

Oil and Honey: The Education of an Unlikely Activist, Bill McKibben

Is It Just Me? Confessions of an Over-Sharer

Jaye's blue blood

Forget me knot, the threads of forgetting

New Book provides personal perspective of the tragedy that a stillbirth brings to a family

The Election ...

Writers in Conversation: Tansy Rayner Roberts & Lian Tanner

Stuart of Scottish Suspense

Manifesting Mercy

Newly released novel "When Evil", by Eti Elbot

Book Launch Eating Heaven: Spirituality at the Table

It's Nevil Shute week !

Island receives funding for 2014 from Arts Tasmania

Seamus Heaney: Poet of rich lyrical power

The Hobart Bookshop: Vineyard of Art, Crazy Little Heaven, Days Like These

Grace-ful gratitude

Hannah’s Night’ – the stunning new children’s picture book

New book series helps parents & girls navigate the tween years

Hobart Bookshop: Launch of Two Trees

New book shows how to use positive mental imagery to reach our full potential

Steve Waugh: Affirmative attitude

Fiona's female feline

Foxy Football

Book release for Father's Day

Astrolabe Booksellers: Footprint of Consequence

Magical Megan Morton

MONA: Women of Letters ... and People of Letters

Girt: The Unauthorised History of Australia

Welcome to my Country

The Hobart Bookshop: From Ashes to Ashes

Lucy: Slipping through time ...

The Hobart Bookshop: Every Parent's Nightmare ...

Theo the fabulous Flynn

RN The Science Show Today: Errol’s Daddy

The truth about our ‘greatest’ Gallipoli success – uncovered 98 years later

Island funding from the Australia Council

Paid For: My Journey Through Prostitution, by Rachel Moran

New book by Stephen Walker, Heading South

Hobart Bookshop: Morris Gleitzman

Poster Penguin

The inspirational Lady Jane

The inspirational Lady Jane

The Tasmanian Writers' Centre: News from the Centre

Women and sex: the myth-buster

Art and The Abyss

Women and Sex: The Myth-buster

The Wallpapered House

So I hit him ...

On the Abolition of All Political Parties

Brain food to warm your Sunday afternoons in July

Celebrate the writers of tomorrow - July 3 @ the Lark

Fred Fridley Finds Freedom Chapter 3

Michelle de Kretser wins Miles Franklin literary award

Smart, de Kretser ...

The Dark Man

Fred Fridley Finds Freedom Chapter 2

Launch of My Brother’s Shadows

Intuitive Walker

Fred Fridley Finds Freedom Chapter 1

Big Coal

Hobart Bookshop: Pinto and the Nella Dan

Fred Fridley Finds Freedom

Fred Fridley Finds Freedom

The Sidney Myer Fund announces major grantrs for Australian biographers

Dance of DNA

Peter MacCullum Cancer Centre: My Brother's Shadows

Uni Bookshop: Launch of Changing Universities

Launch of Justy Phillips’, The ‘Yellow Line’ by Lord Mayor of Hobart, Alderman Dam

Launch of Justy Phillips’, The ‘Yellow Line’ by Lord Mayor of Hobart, Alderman Dam

Serendipitious Sailing to Success

New book tells of Aussie woman’s emotional journey from the stillbirth of her baby girl ...

New Book on Islam and Christianity Launched in Melbourne

Hello Mary-Lou

Island, riding high on subscribathon prizes! Still a chance to win great prizes!

Self-published Hobart mums unlock family recipes and cookery secrets

Tim Thorne joins James McAuley, Gwen Harwood

Veils and Tin Hats

Veils and Tin Hats

Four Islands for $60!

Four Islands for $60

New Franklin River book reveals untold stories of UpRiver actions

A story of guts and determination

Hobart Bookshop: Moriarty's Super Gene


The November Promise

Hobart Bookshop: The Smallest Carbon Footprint in the Land

Free book. Our Corrupt Legal System can now be downloaded free

'Don't Be Boring': An interview with Matthew Lamb, new editor of Island

'Don't Be Boring': An interview with Matthew Lamb, new editor of Island

Boyce, Wilson, Johnson, Hay/ Thorne, and Cica ...

New Book challenges many of the cherished myths of the landing at Gallipoli

Raspberries and rev heads

Island Issue 132 launched tnoight, 5.30 Highfield House

Tasmanian Writers Festival - This Weekend!

Hobart Bookshop: The Ambitions of Jane Franklin

Tasmania: The tipping point?


Tasmanian Writers Festival - Get Involved!

Hidden Fractures

New books provide a fresh new perspective on ANZAC Day - women, families and myth smashing!

Fullers Bookshop: Steeplechase and We Are Not the Same Anymore

The cost of hubris


Australian Poet at Oxford Literary Festival

How to be happy ... with less

Australian Poet at Oxford Literary Festival

Singer, Moorhouse, Adams, Leunig, Kudelka headline writers' festival

Singers, Moorhouse, Adams, Leunig, Kudelka headline writers' festival

Hobart Bookshop: Madigan's Account: The Mawson Expedition

Brevity of balloons

An Australian Literary first

Tasmanian Writers Festival 2013 -THE SHOCK OF THE NOW

2013 Tasmanian Literary Prizes shortlists announced

2013 Tasmanian Literary Prizes shortlists announced

Solitary saint warns of collective sins

Ridge Fire/Morning Alight

Ridge Fire/Morning Alight

Hobart Bookshop: Anecdotal Notes From a Nurse in the 1950s

Hobart Bookshop: A Distant Prospect

B Marriott Watson. English Novelist. Time to remember him

Signal station Simone

Spirit, Word and World

Hobart Bookshop: Launch of Moving On

View From The Faraway Pagoda

WOCKA: Never Short Of A Word

DEADLINE EXTENSION - Unique writing competition - Avalon City Bedtime Story

Launch of the final issue of Famous Reporter

Unique writing opportunity – a competition to forge a story that will be used ...

Bob Brown with a word from the wilderness

Bob Brown: Franklin Conversations @ the Founders Room

A poem for Rick

News from The Tasmanian Writers' Centre

A terrific Troll-ogy maybe?

Eureka Stockade

Island secures funding

Fiery Frances thrills fans

Lyrebird! A True Story

From page to stage next week @ the Lark

Soup Van: Stories over a polystyrene cup

The Best Australian Poems 2012

The Best Australian Stories 2012

Abercrombie’s Crooked Capers

The Best Australian Poems, Stories, Essays

The dark side of the Australian sex industry?

Lohrey wins 2012 Patrick White Award

Lohrey wins 2012 Patrick White Award

Do you know of a Tasmanian book published in 2012?

Paullina's Prelude

Hobart Bookshop: Bread of the Lost

Tony Speaks! The Wisdom of the Abbott...

The Wisdom of the Abbott

Hobart Bookshop: Yeah No

Remembrance Day 11 November 2012 - Great Reads from Big Sky Publishing

Hobart Bookshop: Arrowsmith-Young, Graeme Miles, Tim Thorne

How Do We Fix This Mess?

Danielle Wood Talks Baggy Jumpers

Pictures and words from the Tasmanian Poetry Festival earlier this month ...

Boundary Rider no more

The Decline of Love and the Rise of Non-Freedom

The Stella Prize, worth $50,000, to be awarded in April 2013

The Blue Cathedral

Watt, Again!

'Her name was Lola, she was a showgirl'

Aboriginal fire sparks winning book

Hilary Mantel wins Man Booker prize for second time

Aboriginal fire sparks winning book

Sign up for new Writing Australia Touring Program Workshops

Marriage book launch in Launceston Thursday 25 October 2012

How to enjoy a mountain

How to enjoy a mountain

Chinese novelist Mo Yan wins Literature Nobel

No stereotypical city

Monica's Memories

Gwen Harwood Poetry Prize winners 2012

Hobart Bookshop: Launch of The Path of Beasts

Sponsor a Burmese poet

Anything but bland

Island 130 launch. Gwen Harwood Poetry Prize

Hobart Bookshop: Launch of Undertow, Deep South

A Burden No Longer For Hilary

Award winning young adult author visits Tasmania

Hobart Bookshop: The House of Memories

Hobart Bookshop: Launch of Undertow

Truth is stranger than non-fiction!

Big Sky Publishing: New Releases for October

Walkley Award winner turns her hand to sexy gothic fiction – And is coming to Fullers

September 27: Launch of Deep South by Michael Field

Fullers: Book launch – Aboriginal Convicts; Australian, Khoisan and Maori Exiles

Green Shop, 6pm Thursday 27th September: Launch of Brazenly Pure

Marvellous Morris

Gore Vidal and Patrick White

Paul Gilding: Prophet For Our Times

Startling New Tassie Thriller

Book launch: The Gourmet Farmer Deli Book

Steele Rudd ... and the Last Days of The Mill

Griffith Revew: Edition 39: Tasmania: The Tipping Point?

The China Choice

Latest news from the Tasmanian Writers' Centre

You can bank on Tristan

Celebrating 170 years of Hobart the Cathedral City

Fullers: The Gourmet Farmer Deli Book, Thursday, August 30, 5.30pm

The Pulp!

The Pulp ...

Integral Ita

Poppy Lopatniuk: Joyful ... and deeply disturbing

A Loss for Words

New Book Exposes Government Cover Up on Cancer Cluster

Southern Light: Images From Antarctica

The Best of Books, Arts

Unto the woods

The Legend of the Lake

Book sales have fallen off a cliff: What next for the Australian publishing industry?

Wanted: Tasmanian Lorax

Just Doomed ...

Tasmania's Wonder Woman

An Anzac Story – Finding the Nurses in Sumatra

Book sales have fallen off a cliff, but literature’s future is bright online

HOBART BOOKSHOP: Launching Too Tough, Metro Winds, Sweet

Cooking artistry from a Renaissance Restaurateur!

Greed or Survival ... ?

First Australians were engineers, house-builders

Hobart visit kicks off incisive new event series

Greed or Survival?

Super Susannah!

Queensland's first step back into the Dark Ages?

Winning the Vogel can change your life

Jung at heart

From Silent Spring to Big Porn Inc

Quarterly Essay 45, Us and Them: On the Importance of Animals

HOBART BOOKSHOP launches Robert Dessaix's new book

Kings of tin

Frost thaws plight of abandoned women

Who exactly has the frontal lobe damage?

Not the New Yorker

We know our place now ...

TODAY, TOMORROW: Tasmania Over Five Generations: Return to Van Diemen’s Land?

Launching Flight

BookMark this into your day

Island ... looking forward to a new future

Flanagan at Rushdie death-threat Indian Lit-Fest

Welcome to the world of hate blogging

Death ... and instant sainthood

Vote for Tassie's Book of the Year

Christopher Hitchens dies aged 62

Why the mining boom should be slowed

Henry Savery ... and The Boulevard of Broken Dreams

Support local booksellers and publishers: Brown

THE BEST AUSTRALIAN Stories, Poems, Essays

Jamming with Marjorie

HOBART BOOKSHOP: Shanti Bloody Shanti

Housewife Superstar : The very best of Marjorie Bligh

Barnes wins The Booker

James Boyce launches Island 126

What Leo says about Richard Flanagan ...

Red Zone Baghdad

Hot Tea Trot

Thylacine sighted in central Hobart


I am writing to express my extreme disappointment. Damian Bugg responds ...


Lonely Planet is wrong!

Commonwealth moves to seize Hicks royalties

The exciting world of Print On Demand

Fullers Bookshop wins Best Independent Bookseller in Tasmania

Do Unto Others ...

Leo, Geraldine lavish praise as MONA starts to undress ...

JAMES BOYCE: 1835: the Founding of Melbourne and the Conquest of Australia

The future of the book

Connelly, king of the castle when it comes to crime fiction

QUARTERLY ESSAY 42: Fair Share: Country and City in Australia, Judith Brett

Geraldine Brooks at Fullers Bookshop today, 2pm

The Lost World

No Way to Behave at a Funeral ...

Andrew Wilkie in conversation at Fullers Bookshop, tonight, 6pm

No shallow talent

Making Trouble: Essays Against the New Australian Complacency & other new books

Tassie novelist wins top award

Flying in the Face of Old Age (9): One Victorious Crocodile and Two Dead Pigs

Necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing

Don't miss Daniel: Today, 2pm, Fullers

Crack Hardy

Launching Secret Genocide

Major General Jim Molan Launches New Book on General Sir Phillip Bennet

Gilding in Hobart ... The Unlikely Optimist

Launch of Old Head on Young Shoulders at Fullers Bookshop, April 7, 6pm

Economics for Life

The Great Disruption

Flanagan wins 2011 Tasmania Book Prize

Battle Scarred

Launch of Dr Anita Heiss’ Paris Dreaming by Patsy Cameron

I Sleep in Haysheds and Corners

Launch of Patsy Cameron’s long awaited Grease and Ochre

The Tasmania Book Prizes 2011

The Happy Life: The Search for Contentment in the Modern World

Award winning Tasmanian author, Danielle Wood in conversation with David Winter

Snake, by Kate Jennings

The Last Knight

Ten years of the Best Australian essays, stories

Scary new world's uncertain Borders

Secret Genocide, by Daniel Pedersen

More than Bombs and Bandages

Human, All Too Human ...

Authors for Queensland

What I (nearly) read at Christmas

Help us provide Life's Lessons


Go Book Yourself at Fullers Bookshop

TODAY: Bob and Lindsay ride again

Got to Go Guide’s First Book Exploring Wine Country Tasmania

Former Prime Minister John Howard at Fullers Bookshop

Wow, what you find on Tas Times!

Tarkine Book Launch

Book Review: 'Here on Earth - an argument for hope'

Trivial Pursuit: Leadership and the End of the Reform Era

Merchants of Doubt

Bob and Lindsay ride again

The Best Australian Essays, Poems

A Tragic Dance

Sex and drugs in a bookshop on a Sunday afternoon

Eaarth ... a review

International best seller Salley Vickers talking at Fullers Bookshop, 6pm, Friday 22 October

James Boyce launches Making Their Own Way: The Dunbabins on Maria Island 1868-1876

Mario Vargas Llosa: an unclassifiable Nobel winner

The Double Disillusion Election of 2010

Into The Woods - the battle for Tasmania’s forests

American writer Joe Bageant speaks at Fullers Bookshop, Monday, August 30th 6pm

Tasmania Book Prizes

A human shield in Iraq

Fullers Bookshop offers a permanent home for Student Readings

Heather Rose launches Nick Glade-Wright’s novel Growing Sideways

Tasmania Book Prizes are now open ...


Reading speeds on iPad, Kindle and printed books compared

Death comes to the newspaper

'Angelic' new book

Fullers confronts scary books

Power Trip

Will Hodgman to launch Senator Guy Barnett’s new book at Fullers

Fullers Bookshop wins Best Independent Bookseller in Tasmania for the ninth time.

Chicken Marengo

Quentin Dempster launches this important new book

The Wheeler Centre calls for entries for the 2010 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards

Levee Line and Martial Law by Graeme Calder will be launched by Tasmanian writer Greg Lehman

Meet the Woman on the Mountain

Ike Naqvi launches Safarnama -his autobiography- at Fullers, Monday, May 10 at 6pm

Kate Jennings: Spare, rich, paradoxical

Don't miss Sally Bryant and Tim Squires celebrate Animals of Tasmania

Australian launch of Australia’s most feared restaurant critic turned Gourmet Farmer, Matthew

Celebration of Tasmanian Literature in World’s Largest Tasmanian Book Collection

Celebration of Tasmanian Literature in World’s Largest Tasmanian Book Collection

Fox'd, a novel by B.P.Franklin

H.G. and Tassie

Local Author’s Book Submitted To Oprah Winfrey Show

Turn on Paige

Journeys to the Interior

The WriteResponse


Olivia the Dancing Pig, live at Fullers, 10am on Saturday, November 28th

Eric Reece ... and the paradox at the heart of our future

Launch of Who Killed Dave by Linda Cockburn at Fullers Bookshop. 3.30pm, Saturday 21 November.

Tasmanian Songman Ronnie

Alex Miller at Fullers Bookshop, 6pm, Tuesday, November 17

Fullers extends their trading hours.

Bookslut reviews for you

Greens welcome continued copyright protection for Australian writers and publishers

Copyright protection for Australian writers and publishers

She's got some power, this Sarah Day

Who hath woe? Who hath sorrow? Who hath babbling?

A subtle weaving of passion and despair

Island turns 30

Why Herta Müller matters

Mantel named Booker Prize winner

Malawi windmill boy with big fans

Hobart Private Hospital is hosting the launch of 'Small Miracles'

Industry fears parallel importation of books

Fishing Season - Philip Weigall at Fullers

The case for god

Island Earth

TODAY: Thomas Keneally at Fullers Bookshop

Book event - The Search For The Sydney...

A Land of Promise...

Publishers fight cheap books

Rivers of Blood flow in Reykjavik!

Flanagan at the Sydney Writers' Festival

Saints and Savages

Losing our voice

Jorgen Jorgenson's Liberation of Icelandic in 1809 - A Bicentenary

Water, Water everywhere

Flanagan's unparalleled attack

Jenny’s Coffee House - Book Launch

Thylacine Man: A review

Hear Tim Winton

Confusing fact and fiction

Review: 'The Vanishing Face of Gaia

Book launch - Australia's population is aging so...

Onya James!

Transit of Venus

The best novel this (past) year, or several to come ...

Read these!

The compassion of Peter Cundall

Dark heart of desire

The impossibility of escape

EXCLUSIVE: Flanagan plagiarises Akerman

Flano's fantastic oratory

Young Einstein

Wanting for nothing

Flanagan's book of desire

Coming: The Revelations of Deeper Throat

Brenda Hean review, events this weekend

Was murder covered up?

Life at the End of Empire

Solzhenitsyn: Beauty will save the world?

Tasmania Book Prizes

Literary Opportunity - Ratbags

Dad paid off Askin and lent Packer money

The continuing struggle

The river runs free

Briggsy launched!

A walk in Old Launceston

Nature and the Human Soul

McEwen goes out on a limb for Tasmania's trees

Gallows Hill, Murderers Plains, Killman Point

It's a sobering thought - drink is inspirational

A week in the life of Australia

Van Diemen's Land: A review

Best books to curl up with

Rural Community Fights Farm To Plantation Takeover

Gunning for Flanagan

The accidental terrorist

The Angel of History

In the end, there is Tasmania

All that we will lose ...

The smartest thing Ronald Reagan ever said?

The fight for Judith Wright's house

The photographers' lament


The Assault on Reason



Why I wrote The Unknown Terrorist

Islands of Tasmania (2)

The relaunch of Tatters