The 2013 Book town review document. It covers the festival as a whole.
Sunday 3 August, 2 pm at The Warehouse, Collins Place, Fraser St, Clunes Melinda Houston, the author of Kat Jumps the Shark, will be at the Clunes Booktown Sunday Selection series on Sunday August 3, at 2pm, to discuss her first novel. If you’ve ever had a bad day, and you love reading, then Kat […]
Sunday Selection. June 1, 2pm, The Warehouse, Fraser St Clunes Rachel Buchanan, the author of Stop Press. The Last Days of Newspapers will be at Clunes Booktown Sunday Selection series on Sunday June 1 to discuss the last days of newspapers as we know them. ‘The unfolding collapse of the great city newspaper business model […]
An unknown reader finds a quiet spot in Mt Beckworth Wines Enoteca@Clunes during the Booktown Festival. The festival was a huge success with over 18,000 book lovers enjoying the atmosphere. Highlights include the great range of books on offer, the children’s section, the street entertainment, Federation University marquee and the pop-up Shakespeare, the artists book […]
VLine has full details of the train services connecting Booktown to Melbourne http://www.vline.com.au/discover/home/detail.html?id=560
Festival Guest Jono Lineen is today talking on ABC Radio National Life Matters. http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/lifematters/into-the-heart-of-the-himalayas/5406772 Lineen’s newly released memoir, Into the Heart of the Himalayas is causing a sensation. You can meet him at the festival where he is speaking at 1.45 on Saturday May 3 and 10 am on Sunday May 4.
Wheeler Centre present Elliot Perlman “in conversation” with Michael Williams at Booktown Festival, Sunday 4 May at 3 pm. Elliot Perlman’s Three Dollars won the Age Book of the Year Award, the Betty Trask Award (UK), the Fellowship of Australian Writers’ Book of the Year Award and was shortlisted for the John Llewellyn-Rhys/Mail On Sunday […]
Members of the Clunes community took time out from Booktown Festival preparations to bring in the harvest at Mt Beckworth Wines. Later, over lunch, we toasted Gabriel García Marquez and celebrated his life and the gift of magic realism.
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