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Monthly Archive for December, 2007

christmas present

contributors copies of blue dog & HEAT arrived in my mailbox on the same day. nice stuff: check them out. i know, this blog-posting is woefully inadequate. hmmm. .

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everything

is a carefully carved status reminder forged outa rain scrabble & the colour red but not in that order eg i miss my first dog to whom i would go ‘shut up’ i also miss the absence of one of those houses where you play in the foundations in the oil-stained dirt just imagine the [...]

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f-a-c-e-b-o-o-k

during the week the mandatory ‘is’ disappeared from facebook’s status updates. it’s an amazing event, one really worth commenting on in a blog entry. what does it mean? why did it happen? firstly it means facebook users are no longer constrained by the present tense. thus, the average facebook user need no longer be a [...]

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elfinboycut

once upon time i was a house rhyming lips with tulips but then i have to become me here & now \ finding that les murray already did several things / yes i was annoyed but later on (in your linguistic past) i realise the stringing together of these things to be more important / [...]

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fran drescher, cbs, & flushing queens or something the chair commercial that coincides with a slap of thunder most of my day happens in a one-hour-drama you know what: everything can be summarised into a much smaller & shorter account, &, it makes absolute sense to be radically indecisive about this kernel, this brief & [...]

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position vacant

there’s a job going at csu for a lecturer in writing. i quote: ‘It is also anticipated there will be opportunities to develop new subjects in writing and supervise honours and postgraduate students.’ i am one of those postgrad students. & come to think of it, i would suggest i am the only one actually [...]

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tadadat

i’ve been blogging here for 2 years. a success, of sorts. sarah had a poem in this weekend’s Review section of The Australian. i like it. read here about Westerly losing it’s funding. i’m a bit unsure about it. there is the possibility that funding could be directed more effectively than towards the ultra-expensive ‘major [...]

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