The Reading Lounge
One of the perks of membership with the Tasmanian Writers Centre is access to our free lending library. With an array of Tasmanian books and a variety of writing professional development guides, it’s well worth a look.
In early 2016, some of our members helped us make the move into our beautiful new library space. Pull up a chair (or a beanbag) in our the Salamanca Arts Centre library, a few doors down the hall from TWC, and explore our collection.
Would you like to book our space?
If you’d like to use the library space for your next meeting, book launch, writing group gathering, or other event, please be in touch. Email [email protected] and we’ll set you up in our space, which includes tables and chairs, water jugs, heating, internet, and an inspiring backdrop.
We have a stunning collection of fiction books, stories of local history, resources for writers, poetry, and more.
Thanks to the help of our members, we made the move into our new library space.
Come and visit us in the Salamanca Arts Centre, and see the rotational artworks filling our hallway. Our exhibition here features Christopher Downes’ pieces, which tell stories of The Mercury’s newspaper cartoonists.
Visit or hire our space today! Level 1, Salamanca Arts Centre, Salamanca Place.
Not in Hobart? Feel free to pop into your local library. For a full list of the libraries across Tasmania and their opening hours, visit the LINC website. We recently sent the finest authors into libraries from Queenstown to Kingston, in which they ran a series of children’s creative writing workshops. See them in action in our photoblog and keep up to date with further workshops in our What’s On page.