Author talk 6 May 2015
Author Talk – Saltwater Stories: John Ogden April 30 2014, 0 CommentsAuthor Talk – Saltwater Stories: John Ogden
Sunday 4 May.
2pm – 4pm
There is still space available for this coming Sunday’s Author Talk. Come and hear photographer, cinematographer, writer and publisher John Ogden talk about his book Saltwater People, which was the unanimous winner of the Frank Broeze Memorial Maritime History Book Prize in 2013. Praised by one judge as 'a sumptuous curation of historical and contemporary art and photography', this lavish two-volume set examines the coastline around Sydney and its role in Australian culture and social and political history.
Wine and refreshments will be served afterward. Please meet in the Members Lounge.
Members $20, Guests $25
If you would like to attend this event please book online now at www.anmm.gov.au/events
Alternatively you can book via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9298 3644.
Author talk: Saltwater People with John Ogden April 02 2014, 0 CommentsAuthor talk: Saltwater People with John Ogden
Sunday 4 May | 2 - 4 pm
Come and hear photographer, cinematographer, writer and publisher John Ogden talk about his book Saltwater People, which was the unanimous winner of the Frank Broeze Memorial Maritime History Book Prize in 2013. Praised by one judge
as 'a sumptuous curation of historical and contemporary art and photography', this lavish two-volume set examines the coastline around Sydney and its role in Australian culture and social and political history.
Cost and booking information
Cost: ANMM Members $20 Guests $25. Includes wine and refreshments.
Bookings essential: book online
Enquiries: +61 2 9298 3644 or email email@example.com
Author Talk at ANMM March 11 2014, 0 CommentsCyclops Press recently won the 2013 biennial Frank Broeze Maritime History Prize, awarded by the Australian National Maritime Museum, for the Saltwater People companion books. These books feature a strong acknowledgment to the Aboriginal clans that inhabited the coast fringing the Sydney basin. I am doing an author talk at the ANMM on 4 May 2-4pm at their Darling Harbour building of you are in town, but you have to book.
Frank Broeze History prize January 31 2014, 0 Comments
Update re the Sydney presentation of the 2013 Frank Broeze History Prize:
The Sydney event has been postponed again. The new date is tentatively 4 May. Will advise time and location when finalised.
Presentation of Frank Broeze History Prize. January 02 2014, 0 CommentsThe Australian National Maritime Museum will be holding a ceremony in Sydney to award the 2103 Biennial Frank Broeze National History Prize to Cyclops Press for the Saltwater People books on 6 Feb 2014 at the ANMM in Darling Harbour.
Author talk: Woollahra April 02 2013, 0 Comments
Next Author talk: 18 April, 2013
Woollahra Council Chambers, 536 New South Head Road, Double Bay NSW 2028.
More information: Bookings essential on 9391 7100 firstname.lastname@example.org
Author talks: March 17 2013, 0 Comments
Author talk 1: Saltwater People of the Fatal Shore, Tuesday 19 March, 7pm in the Margaret Martin Library, Randwick.
Author talk 2: Saltwater People of the Fatal Shore, Thursday 21 March, 7pm Waverley Library, Bondi Junction.
Saltwater People of the Fatal Shore October 04 2012, 0 Comments
Cyclops Press is pleased to announce that its latest publication, Saltwater People of the Fatal Shore - Sydney's Southern Beaches, is due for release in late November 2012. This publication is the companion book to Saltwater People of the Broken Bays - Sydney's Northern Beaches released in late 2011. The new book looks at the history of the coastline from South Head to Royal National Park, and follows in the footsteps of its sister book in that it pays particular attention to the history of the Aboriginal clans who lived along these shores. While the main focus book is on the surfzone, where the ocean meets the shore, Saltwater People of the Fatal Shore looks not only at surfing and beach culture, but examines the impact of the south-side beaches on writers, poets, artists, architects, photographers, filmmakers and all manner of creative souls. In turn, the book analyses the impact of our lives on the fragile coastal environment, the ocean, and the creatures who inhabit this world.