Cameron's book has been launched in Launceston, Burnie and Strahan. Remaining launches of Every Sunrise will possibly take place (but are yet to be confirmed) in Hobart and Sydney.
Cameron Hindrum lives, writes and teaches in Launceston. At
the 2022 Tasmanian Literary Awards he won the University of
Tasmania Prize, awarded for the best new unpublished literary work by a Tasmanian writer, for his second novel The Sand.
Every Sunrise is his third poetry collection.
Every Sunrise features new poems from 2013-2023 including works created for the Junction Arts Festival. Every Sunrise is Cameron's third poetry collection (his second published by Walleah Press), where he continues his examination of Tasmanian landscapes, themes and histories including 'The Bridge, January 5, 1975', a poetic account of Hobart's Tasman Bridge disaster of 1975 resulting in the loss of twelve lives.
The Blue Cathedral was first published in 2011 and this revised edition is being released to mark the 40th anniversary of the Franklin Dam Blockade.
Forty free verse and prose poems, divided into the themes ‘fire’, ‘sifting’ and ‘coast’.
Born and raised in Canberra, Elanna Herbert has also lived in rural NSW and Perth, and now lives and writes from Yuin country in the southern Shoalhaven of NSW. She writes free verse and prose poetry, and has also published short fiction and narrative non-fiction.
Kim Nielsen-Creeley is a writer and poet from lutruwita/Tasmania. She lives in Launceston and was born in the mining town of Queenstown, returning there as often as she can to write and explore. Her first collection, Roughly, was published in 2022.
LANSDOWN, Andrew (February/March?)
BAILEY, Thomas (in association with the Tasmanian Poetry Festival — April)
PENN, Bruce (October?)
Poetry Pedlars—2024 Anthology (with Marilyn Arnold — Sept-Dec?)