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- The Flanagan effect: Tasmanian literature in the spotlight. 2015. The Conversation
- Flanagan, Richard, 2018, 'The World is being undone before us. If we do not reimagine Australia, we will be undone to.'The Guardian, 5 August
- Flanagan, Richard, 2016, 'Notes on the Syrian exodus: 'Epic in scale, inconceivable until you witness it'' The Guardian, 5 March
- Hay, Pete, 2014, 'Liberating the spirit of our island: Richard Flanagan takes Tasmania out into the world', The Mercury, October
- 'Richard Flanagan on the authors right to speak', 2009, Radio National: The Books Show. Audio [14:30]
- Richard Flanagan - being a courageous writer
- Richard Flanagan on The Narrow Road to the Deep North. Richard Flanagan talks about the question of good and evil raised in this book.
The Man Booker Prize, 2014
- The Narrow Road to the Deep North - Winner of the Man Booker Prize, 2014.
- Brown, Mark, Man Booker Prize: Richard Flanagan wins 'with a timeless depiction of war', The Guardian 15 October 2014.
- Richard Flanagan shortlisted for the 2014 Man Booker prize. ABC News, 10 September 2014
- Romei, Stephen, Author Richard Flanagan leads the charge for Australia, 10 September 2014.
Richard Flanagan's novel First Person is based on his own experience when he was asked to ghost write a book about the fraudster and conman John Friedrich (1950-1991).
- You can read more about John Friedrich in an entry by Frank Bongiorno in the Australian Dictionary of Biography.
- Richard Flanagan delivers the inaugural Boisbourier Lecture: Does writing matter?
- Richard Flanagan. 2017, 'We must honour and sustain Australian creators' Copyright Agency, 6 December
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