Fullers Bookshop is Tasmania’s leading independent bookshop — wholly Tasmanian owned and operated since the early 1920s.
Purchase a copy of The Watchmaker of Filigree Street by Natasha Pulley during the month of October and receive a voucher for a hot drink* redeemable
at our Afterword Café.
‘A unique blend of historical fiction and magical realism about the inextricable relationships between three people, a watch with magical powers and a clockwork octopus...’ Irish Tatler
Valid for the month of October 2015.
No Bars on Books is an initiative of Tasmanian Speech Pathologists for Speech Pathology Week (23rd-29th August) that aims to bring books to children separated from mummy or daddy because of imprisonment.
No Bars on Books will supply donated (new and excellent quality second-hand) picture books to the Risdon LINC’s Books-on-CD program. Parents in prison can record a story for their children – and the child receives the CD, the book, and the irreplaceable experience of hearing mummy or daddy’s voice recorded just for them!
Fullers is proud to be a donation point for this wonderful program. We can collect donations over the phone or in store, and will supply books at cost price to the program.
The Tasmanian Writers and Readers Festival is on again this September, and Fullers Bookshop is proud to be the festival's official bookseller. You can find more details, including session times and ticket information, on the Tasmanian Writers' Centre website. We hope to see you there!
It's the wayward little sister to the Summer Reading Guide we share at Christmas time. You will find some old favourites here, some new ideas and some slightly dotty ones. There are no paid entries and the choices are all our own. You can peruse the whole thing online HERE or pop into the shop to pick up a hard copy.
Thank you to all of you who've let us know our phones are sometimes ringing through. Due to NBN complications it seems that our phone lines are intermittently and unpredictably unavailable. Our phone number has NOT changed but may ring through ... if you can't get through on 6234 3800 please feel free to email us email@example.com and we appreciate your patience.
Introducing our book of the month for March: So You've Been Publicly Shamed by Jon Roson. Purchase a copy during the month of March and receive a voucher for a hot drink* redeemable at our Afterword Cafe.
Valid for regular standard coffee, tea or hot chocolate. (charges apply for upgrades, spicy hot chocolates or soy)
*The fine print:
No BBC/XYZ/Ferret points will be allocated for your drink. You must present your receipt as proof of purchase when redeeming your drink or you will be charged full price.
Valid for the month of March 2015.