Category Articles - Books
Launch of Justy Phillips’, The ‘Yellow Line’ by Lord Mayor of Hobart, Alderman Dam
Veils and Tin Hats
Four Islands for $60!
Free book. Our Corrupt Legal System can now be downloaded free
'Don't Be Boring': An interview with Matthew Lamb, new editor of Island
Tasmanian Writers Festival - This Weekend!
Tasmania: The tipping point?
Tasmanian Writers Festival - Get Involved!
The cost of hubris
How to be happy ... with less
Australian Poet at Oxford Literary Festival
Singers, Moorhouse, Adams, Leunig, Kudelka headline writers' festival
2013 Tasmanian Literary Prizes shortlists announced
Solitary saint warns of collective sins
Ridge Fire/Morning Alight
B Marriott Watson. English Novelist. Time to remember him
Bob Brown with a word from the wilderness
The Best Australian Poems, Stories, Essays
The dark side of the Australian sex industry?
Lohrey wins 2012 Patrick White Award
The Wisdom of the Abbott
How Do We Fix This Mess?
The Decline of Love and the Rise of Non-Freedom
Aboriginal fire sparks winning book
How to enjoy a mountain
Paul Gilding: Prophet For Our Times
Griffith Revew: Edition 39: Tasmania: The Tipping Point?
The China Choice
The Pulp ...
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?
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?
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
2011 VICTORIAN PREMIER’S PRIZE FOR LITERATURE WINNER ANNOUNCED
I am writing to express my extreme disappointment. Damian Bugg responds ...
ACORN PRESS BOOKS WIN AUSTRALIAN CHRISTIAN BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARDS
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
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
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
BOOK RELEASE - CLIMATE CHANGE GENERATION – by David Leigh
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 ...
YOUNG TASMANIAN WRITERS AND CRAFT ARTISTS PUBLICATION OPPORTUNITY
Reading speeds on iPad, Kindle and printed books compared
Death comes to the newspaper
'Angelic' new book
Fullers confronts scary books
Will Hodgman to launch Senator Guy Barnett’s new book at Fullers
Fullers Bookshop wins Best Independent Bookseller in Tasmania for the ninth time.
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
RE LAUNCH OF “MUTTON BIRD BISHOP” BOOK
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
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...
Transit of Venus
The best novel this (past) year, or several to come ...
The compassion of Peter Cundall
Dark heart of desire
The impossibility of escape
EXCLUSIVE: Flanagan plagiarises Akerman
Flano's fantastic oratory
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
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