Jena Woodhouse at ‘foam:e‘ The heartland of Tourniquet lies in the haunted, haunting terrain of its unsettled and unsettling topographies, including the body. As unsparing and unflinching in her gaze as the outback light, Vanessa Page has a sure grasp of her subjects and the poetic forms that can best accommodate them.… Continue reading
Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore, ‘The Guardian’, 7th October 2017 For her new novel, Bruny, Rose turns her attention to the Tasmanian island of the same name where she holidayed growing up and where she took her children camping and to the beach, just a short ferry ride from her home in Hobart. “As… Continue reading
When23 Aug 2019 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM Location: Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts, 91 Murray Street, Hobart 7000 Join us to celebrate the publication of Ron Moss’ new collection of haiku and ink paintings. Broken Starfish To be launched by Lyn Reeves “With poetry and ink paintings,… Continue reading
Issue fifty-four of Otoliths, the southern winter 2019 issue is now live. It features Karl Kempton’s discourses 5 & 6, alongside text, visual, &, yes, aural work from Edward Kulemin, Tom Montag, Elaine Woo, DS Maolalaí, Lynn Strongin, Eric Hoffman, Irene Koronas, Doug Bolling, C.R.E. Wells, Owen Bullock, Daniel Y.… Continue reading
Jan Colville’s new poetry collection ‘Journey’ will be launched this evening at 5.30 pm at Hobart Bookshop by Pete Hay. A free event, all welcome.
Copyright Agency, 3rd July 2019 The 2019 Miles Franklin Literary Award Shortlist is: THE LEBS by Michael Mohammed Ahmad (Hachette Australia): This coming-of-age novel explores the life of Bani Adam, as he grows up in Sydney’s western suburbs in a post-9/11 political climate. Bani has to negotiate his sense of identity and… Continue reading
Join Marilyn Arnold, Robyn Mathison and Mary Blackwood for the Autumn Seasonal Poets readings at Hadley’s Hotel at 6-8pm on Monday 20th May.
Forget Coachella! Issue 53, the southern autumn, 2019, issue of Otoliths, has more variety & much more talent. Plays, poems, paintings, reviews, stories, collaborations galore. This issue contains work from Lynn Strongin, Jeff Bagato, Pete Spence, Kyle Hemmings, Seth Howard, Andrew Topel, Jim Leftwich, Steve Potter, Sanjeev Sethi, David Baptiste… Continue reading
‘Liminal’ magazine is a relatively young, energetic online space ‘for the exploration, interrogation and celebration of the Asian-Australian experience’. To learn more of the magazine and its creative team, visit the 2017 Digital Writer’s Festival session, ‘A Platform of One’s Own: Liminal Magazine’. The most recent issue of the magazine… Continue reading
2018 has been a period of transition for ‘Rochford Street Review’ which was put on hold for a period of time while options were examined at making the journal more sustainable and engaging. The outcome is a new format and renewed sense of excitement as the Review heads into 2019.… Continue reading