Almanac Music: Keef’s obit (just on the odd chance he might predecease me) – Anson Cameron

Keith Richards’ death has always been with us, says Anson Cameron. Yet, “immortally moribund,” he’s still kicking. Best, then, to pay your respects.

Almanac Contemplation: Anson Cameron’s latest (from the Fairfax press)

Anson Cameron returns to Shepp and environs.

Almanac Flashback – Anson Cameron’s Footy Almanac 2009 launch speech (remember this?)

Remember this? Anson Cameron may have shot the Cisco Kid but he knocked everyone over with this classic speech to launch The Footy Almanac in 2009 (A Geelong year).

Almanac Lunches and other frivolities: Last week and now this week

Lunch last Friday was a ripper. Still time to sign up for a couple of events this week.

Almanac/Odd Friday Lunch: Anson Cameron this week (May 25)

Upcoming Odd Friday/Almanac Lunch is with longtime friend of the Almanac, the author, humourist and columnist Anson Cameron

Man and Beast: Snake Dog

In this extract from the recently released anthology Man and Beast, edited by Andrew Rule, Anson Cameron tells the boyhood tale of his brave dog.

Images from the Footy Almanac Grand Final Eve Lunch

Check out these images captured by Yvette Wroby at the Footy Almanac Grand Final Eve lunch 2016.

Almanac Music: Stereo Stories in concert in Albury

Stories by Anson Cameron and Darren ‘Smokie’ Dawson will be very much part of the Stereo Stories’ first interstate gig. Yep, we’re going over the border to New South Wales.

Almanackers all set for Willy Lit Fest this weekend

The Willy Lit Fest is this weekend. Vin Maskell points in the direction of a few sessions involving Almanac contributors.

Almanackers aplenty at 2015 Willy Lit Fest – get your tickets now

More than a few Almanackers, and friends of The Almanac, will feature at this year’s Williamstown Literary Festival, from Friday 12 June to Sunday 14 June. Early bird tickets available until midnight Sunday 24 May.

Tremendous review of The Last Pulse

This book just keeps getting excellent reviews – and this one is entertaining as well.

The Last Pulse – by Anson Cameron, launched by John Harms

The Last Pulse is a seriously good novel. Don’t be distracted by the fact it is so enjoyable to read. It is, at the same time, a work of considerable literary merit. It’s Noah meets the Odyssey meets Ned Kelly meets Jesus Christ meets Bob Katter meets A.D. Hope. It was my pleasure to say a few words at the recent launch.