Welcome to Tasmania 40° South
Welcome to Tasmania's national and international journal - a magazine that celebrates all that is good about Australia's island state
Richly illustrated with superb photographs, Tasmania 40° South presents the wilderness, culture, industry, wildlife, landscapes and people of Tasmania.
Issue 76 in stores now
Forty South also has a book publishing department.
To see our upcoming book launches/events click here
Young Tasmanian Writers' Prize 2015
A short fiction competition open to all secondary school students in Tasmania
run in partnership with the Tasmanian Association for the Teaching of English (TATE)
and sponsored by Fullers Bookshop
The winner of each section receives $300 and publication in Tasmania 40° South magazine. Runners up receive a $30 Fullers Bookshop gift voucher.
Entries close Monday April 27, 2015
JUDGES FOR THE 2015 YOUNG TASMANIAN WRITERS' PRIZE ANNOUNCED
Award winning Tasmanian authors, Lian Tanner and Danielle Wood, have kindly agreed to judge his year's writing competition.
Lian will judge the Senior entries and Danielle, the Junior entries.
Tasmanian Writers' Prize 2015
Rachel Leary (VIC) A Concrete Aborigine
Karenlee Thompson (Qld) Dear Ethan
Melanie Cheng (VIC) The Honeymoon
FINALISTS (alphabetical order)
Jamieson Allom (TAS) In Two Minds
Verity Croker (TAS) Grasskiller
Keren Heenan (VIC) The Island
Carmel Lillis (VIC) Island seeks Island
Andrea McMahon (TAS) Penal Colony
Andrew Stiggers (NZ) Island of Flowers
Simon Stuart (VIC) True North
The winner receives a cash prize of $500 and publication in the June edition of Tasmania 40° South
The ten winning stories will be published in the Forty South Short Story Anthology 2015