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Pre-Order Richard Flanagan's First Person now!

Imprints Booksellers - Saturday, September 23, 2017

 

SEE RICHARD FLANAGAN IN CONVERSATION
FOR AN ADELAIDE WRITERS' WEEK SPECIAL EVENT

Richard Flanagan returns to Adelaide with his first novel since winning the Man Booker Prize. First Person is a clever romp through the twilight world of young writers, naked ambition, and that slippery fish - the truth. Join the extraordinary writer and wry cultural commentator in conversation.

MONDAY 16 OCTOBER, 2017,
6.00PM AT ELDER HALL
Imprints Booksellers is giving away two double passes to see Richard Flanagan in conversation with Laura Kroetsch of Adelaide Writers' Week. For your chance to win, simply click the link below to pre-order and pay for your copy of Flanagan's new novel, First Person, by Saturday 30 September, 2017. You may also pre-order in store at 107 Hindley Street. Our winners will be notified by Monday 2 October, leaving those not so lucky with plenty of time to purchase their tickets through BASS.


Great Books for Kids at Imprints Booksellers

Imprints Booksellers - Saturday, June 24, 2017
  OUR KIDS' READING GUIDE  
 IS AVAILABLE NOW 

Featuring the best children's books as chosen by your local independent booksellers, our new kids' reading guide will help keep young readers engaged and entertained these school holidays. Pop into 107 Hindle Street for a hardcopy edition, or click below to view it online.



















Poet tea: organic, ethically sourced and in store now

Imprints Booksellers - Friday, June 16, 2017
  OH HELLO, POET TEA!  

According to Calvin and Hobbes, 'rainy days should be spent at home with a cup of tea and a good book.' While we can't get you out of work, we can help with the books and tea.

We're pleased to welcome the complete range of organic Poet teas from the makers of Womankind and New Philosopher magazines. Available in ten fragrant varieties in both loose leaf and pyramid sachets, these ethically sourced Sri Lankan teas are presented in a beautiful keepsake tin.

Click the varieties below to read more about each fragrant blend, from bold English Breakfast to delicate Green Rose. Prices range from $18.95 to $22.95. Available in store & online now.

 

 Octave Black loose leaf or pyramid sachets 

 Ode Oolong loose leaf or pyramid sachets 

 Accent Orange loose leaf or pyramid sachets 

 Quatrain Black loose leaf or pyramid sachets 

 English Breakfast loose leaf or pyramid sachets 

 Earl Grey loose leaf or pyramid sachets 

 Chai loose leaf or pyramid sachets 

 Mint Green loose leaf or pyramid sachets 

 Green Rose loose leaf or pyramid sachets 

 Chamomile loose leaf or pyramid sachets 


 

 


Short Books on Big Subjects

Imprints Booksellers - Friday, June 09, 2017
INTRODUCING
VINTAGE MINIS

This June, Vintage has launched a new range of short books on big subjects.
The twenty launch titles in the Vintage Minis series bring essential reading from the world’s greatest writers on the experiences that make us human. These stylish, entertaining, little books explore the whole spectrum of life – from birth to death, and everything in between.

Click the titles below to read more about each volume in the Vintage Minis series - $7.99 each, available in store & online now.

 

Desire by Haruki Murakami

Love by Jeanette Winterson

Babies by Anne Enright

Language by Xiaolu Guo

Summer by Laurie Lee

Sisters by Louisa May Alcott

Home by Salman Rushdie

Race by Toni Morrison

Liberty by Virginia Woolf

Drinking by John Cheever

Calm by Tim Parks

Swimming by Roger Deakin 

Work by Joseph Heller

Fatherhood by Karl Ove Knausgaard

Jealousy by Marcel Proust

Psychedelics by Aldous Huxley

Motherhood by Helen Simpson

Death by Julian Barnes

Depression by Willian Styron

Eating by Nigella Lawson

 

 


 

Autumn is for books and coffee...

Imprints Booksellers - Monday, March 27, 2017
Enjoy the best of both in Adelaide's Westend.

Nothing soothes the post-festival blues quite like a strong coffee and a good book, except maybe a discount voucher for your favourite independent bookshop.

In the spirit of all things cosy and nice, we're collaborating with our neighbours at DEW: Drink Eat Work to offer you a 10% off voucher for redemption in store at Imprints Booksellers when you pop in for a coffee at 101 Hindley Street, Adelaide.

Be sure to sample their excellent new autumn menu while you're there, then wander down to 107 for a browse and a bargain. 




Season's readings from your local indie booksellers!

Imprints Booksellers - Thursday, December 22, 2016

 

 

 

 

Holiday Trading Hours

Imprints Booksellers - Tuesday, December 13, 2016










Our Summer Reading Guide is available now!

Imprints Booksellers - Friday, November 18, 2016







































Join History SA and Imprints Booksellers for a special Talking History event

Imprints Booksellers - Friday, October 21, 2016

'Out of the Ivory Tower: ways of telling history' with Nick Brodie and Kiera Lindsey

Historians Dr Nick Brodie and Dr Kiera Lindsey have found popular success with their recent books on forgotten or little-known happenings from Australia's past. Brodie’s latest book, 1787: The Lost Chapters of Australia's Beginnings, challenges our national understanding of the ‘discovery’ of the continent, while Lindsey's compelling tale, The Convict’s Daughter: The Scandal that Shocked a Colony, recounts a meticulously researched story from the author’s own family. Join us, as these two rising stars of Australian history share their secrets in a special Talking History event:

Monday 24 October 5.30 for 6pm-7.30pm
Drill Hall, Torrens Parade Ground
Onsite parking (entrance off Victoria Drive)
Admission is FREE but registrations required
Reserve your free ticket

 

 

 

 


The Adelaide Festival of Ideas | 21-23 October, 2016

Imprints Booksellers - Monday, October 17, 2016

The Adelaide Festival of Ideas returns this weekend with around 70 thinkers tackling topics ranging from the precarious future of the world's citrus industry to contemporary challenges facing democracy and human rights. The vast majority of sessions are free though a few highlights are worth shelling out the modest ticket price. In particular, we recommend Erin Brockovich in conversation with Phillip Adams and a special session celebrating poetry, music and story telling on the theme of Home. You can find details of speakers, events and sessions online or collect your old fashioned paper-and-ink program in store. This year, as in years past, Imprints Booksellers are pleased to partner with the festival as its official bookseller. You'll find us hosting a pop-up bookshop in the AFoI marquee, located near Elder and Bonython Halls. We hope to see you there!







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