Island Magazine is a quarterly literary publication produced in Hobart, Tasmania. Started in 1979 it provides a forum for Tasmanian writers and writers from around Australia and elsewhere to publish new work. Island is a not-for-profit incorporated body run by a board of management.

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  • Island Magazine is a quarterly literary publication produced in Hobart, Tasmania. Started in 1979 it provides a forum for Tasmanian writers and writers from around Australia and elsewhere to publish new work. The magazine's first issue in June 1979 was published as The Tasmanian Review. In March 1981, the magazine was renamed Island Magazine, to more accurately reflect its status as a national magazine rather than as a regional 'review'. Island Magazine published poems, short stories, articles, interviews, photographs and graphics. During the 1980s, the magazine exhibited a strong concern for ecological issues, supporting protests against the Tasmanian government's proposed damming of the Franklin River. In the 2010s the magazine publishes "Ideas, Writing, Culture". Island is a not-for-profit incorporated body run by a board of management. (en)
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  • Island Magazine is a quarterly literary publication produced in Hobart, Tasmania. Started in 1979 it provides a forum for Tasmanian writers and writers from around Australia and elsewhere to publish new work. Island is a not-for-profit incorporated body run by a board of management. (en)
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  • Island magazine (en)
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