In the print industry's uncertain times, a magazine makes some moves

Declan Durrant
June 21 2024 - 3:45pm
University of Tasmania head of humanities associate professor Emmet Stinson and Island Magazine managing editor Jane Rawson. Picture by Peter W Allen
University of Tasmania head of humanities associate professor Emmet Stinson and Island Magazine managing editor Jane Rawson. Picture by Peter W Allen

In an uncertain era for the print industry, Tasmania's premier literary journal has announced a new partnership. Its board hopes it can prove a boon not only for itself but for the state's students and local creatives.

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Declan Durrant

Declan Durrant

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Declan Durrant is The Examiner's arts and culture reporter, theatre critic and occasional columnist. Got a story? Get in touch: declan.durrant@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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