#TasmanianLitMonth: Featured Writer – Karen Harrland

Written by Tasmanian author Karen Harrland Karen Harrland Writing the 'Daughter of the Plateau' and 'Spinifex Baby' I sat on the timber steps outside the old weatherboard cottage with a steaming coffee. Towering Eucalypts caught the wind that blew off the mist shrouded mountains behind me, and I felt my thoughts deepen as I looked … Continue reading #TasmanianLitMonth: Featured Writer – Karen Harrland

#TasmanianLitMonth: Featured Writer – Meg Bignell

An interview with author Meg Bignell, by Bec Taylor About Meg Meg Bignell is a Tasmanian writer, actor and performer. She is the author of three novels published by Penguin Random House — The Sparkle Pages, Welcome to Nowhere River and The Angry Women’s Choir. She has written, directed and performed for cabaret, stage and television and sings with Hobart Voice Academy Ensemble. She … Continue reading #TasmanianLitMonth: Featured Writer – Meg Bignell

#TasmanianLitMonth: A Child’s Book of True Crime, by Chloe Hooper

Photo and bio courtesy of Penguin Random House About Chloe Hooper Chloe Hooper’s The Tall Man: Death and Life on Palm Island (2008) won the Victorian, New South Wales, West Australian and Queensland Premier’s Literary Awards, as well as the John Button Prize for Political Writing, and a Ned Kelly Award for crime writing. She is also … Continue reading #TasmanianLitMonth: A Child’s Book of True Crime, by Chloe Hooper

#INTLYALITMONTH: Noughts & Crosses

Written by Malorie Blackman ISBN: 978-1-5344-9742-9 Publisher: Simon & Schuster Noughts & Crosses is one of those books that takes a while to wrap around your head because there’s so much to unpack!  This is a story of love in a very different dystopian world trying to keep these two lovers apart. Sephy and Callum … Continue reading #INTLYALITMONTH: Noughts & Crosses