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Monthly Archives: April 2013

Turkish radio marks P&P @ 200

Özgür Çiçek and Irmak Ertuna-Howison will celebrate the 200th year anniversary of the first publication of Pride and Prejudice with a radio show on Açık Radyo (94.9), the listener-supported independent radio station  based in Istanbul, Turkey.

Beginning on May 1, the programme will discuss Jane Austen, her writing, her world, cultural changes, and gender politics every Wednesday at 7.30pm. The first episode will aptly discuss the theme of work in Austen’s novels. For more details and podcasts: http://austenleadabimuaseret.blogspot.com/

Next stops Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth

JARW editor in SydneyNumbers continue to grow on the JARW lecture tour of Australia. After wonderful welcomes from Austen groups in Sydney, Souther Highlands and Hunter Valley, we continue with the second half of the visit:

Sat Apr 27, 1pm: QCWA Conference Centre, Brisbane

Tue Apr 30, 8pm: English Speaking Union, South Yarra, Melbourne

Weds May 1, 6pm: Friends of the University of Adelaide Library

Fri May 3, 3.30pm: Flinders University

Sat May 4, 2.30pm: Tom Dadour Centre, Subiaco, Perth

If you’re in the area do come along, say hello and join the ever-growing band of subscribers to Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine!

JARW: introducing our new Regency Rogues

The May/June issue of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine (No 63) will be mailed to subscribers this week and introduces Regency Rogues, our exciting regular new feature.

In the first installment you can read about the clergyman who murdered an earl’s mistress and why he attracted huge public sympathy.

Also in the new issue:

  • Take our Mr Darcy courtship test to discover if you are ready for a Regency romance
  • A new staging of Pride & Prejudice comes to The Regent’s Park
  • A German princess describes her visit to Bath in 1775
  • Narcissism in the novels: how Jane Austen understood personality disorders
  • Chawton House Library celebrates its first decade
  • Austen Authors: the writers who enjoy producing prequels, sequels and much more

Plus news from the Jane Austen societies in the UK and Australia, book reviews, all the latest news, quiz, and much, much more. To subscribe click here.

JARW Australia tour continues

After visits to the Jane Austen Festival of Australia in Canberra and the Jane Austen Society of Australia in Sydney, Regency World’s tour of Australia continues. Dozens of new subscribers signed up to receive the magazine in the first two cities, with individual copies of magazines selling out.

The next stops on the tour are:

Monday, April 22, 2pm: Bowral (Southern Highlands)

Wednesday, April 24, 6.30pm: Newcastle (Hunter Valley)

Saturday, April 27, 1pm: Brisbane 

If you are in one of these areas, do come and say hello

JARW in Singapore

If you’re in Singapore on Tuesday (April 16), or know anyone who is, come and meet the editor of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine. Here are the details from Amanda Aston, the organiser of the Jane Austen Circle of Singapore:

We are delighted to welcome the Editor of the global  “Jane Austen’s Regency World’  magazine, Tim Bullamore from Bath , UK, who is giving a talk to JACS … about the past, present and future of Pride and Prejudice to celebrate its 200 years since first publication. Tim is an award-winning journalist whose work has featured in the Daily Telegraph and The Times newspapers in London, the Sydney Morning Herald in Australia, and the New York Times in the US. You can subscribe to this magazine on www.janeaustenmagazine.co.uk 

 Tuesday 16 April, 8pm, at 28 Gilstead Rd, 05-02, Singapore 309072

Tickets, $15 to include complementary scone, cream and jam, tea, and a glass of wine. Donations welcome, all proceeds to orphans. RSVP, first come , first serve basis. Thankyou to all who have already signed up, can pay on the door.

 You can contact Amanda at: aaston98@googlemail.com

Jane Austen magazine to visit Singapore and Australia

Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine is going on tour: We will be visiting Singapore and nine Jane Austen groups across Australia between April 16 and May 4.Come and meet the editor, Tim Bullamore; find out about how the magazine is produced; buy some back issues. 

The full schedule is:

Tuesday, April 16: Jane Austen Circle Singapore, 8pm. Contact JACS through their Facebook page for more information 

Thursday, April 18: University of the Third Age, Canberra, 2pm

Friday, April 19: Jane Austen Festival of Australia, afternoon. Part of the weekend of Austen celebrations in Canberra

Saturday, April 20: Jane Austen Society of Australia, Sydney, 2pm. At Uniting Church, Roseville

Monday, April 22: JASA Southern Highlands, Bowral, 2pm. Contact Adrienne Bradney-Smith: adriennebradneysmith@gmail.com

Wednesday, April 24: JASA Hunter Valley, Newcastle, 6.30pm. DAPA Theatre, Hamilton. Contact Pamela Whalan for details: pwhalan1@bigpond.com

Saturday, April 27: JASA Brisbane, 1pm. QCWA Conference Centre, Spring Hill. Contact Joan Lucas for more information: lucasjd@optusnet.com.au

Tuesday, April 30: Jane Austen Society of Melbourne, 8pm. The English Speaking Union, South Yarra. Click here for more information about JASM

Wednesday, May 1: Friends of the University of Adelaide Library, 6pm. Barr Smith Library. Full information here

Friday, May 3: Flinders University, Adelaide, 3.30pm. Contact Gillian Dooley, the organiser, for details

Saturday, May 4: JASA Perth, 2.30pm. Tom Dadour Centre, Perth. Contact the organisers through their Facebook page

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