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Monthly Archive for November, 2008

  these are some things i’ve received in the mail recently, & have been reading. i’d like to say more about them all, but i’ve been trying to get on a thesis roll / role, & saying things of any sort tends to impede that (role). interestingly though, the books from annmarie eldon & nicholas [...]

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little disturbances

just received my contributor’s copy of the latest southerly, a special issue on the short story. michael wilding’s story is an interesting one. set in a writers’ centre, it features an overbearing director (more concerned with funding & reputation than anything else) who works with a criminal. naturally, a few witty writers get the better [...]

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imagery

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toast like winter

unlikely to scavenge in the near-to-distant we were a collage of impractical gauge, this morning, breaking (don’t get all ‘& don’t i know it’) we still have a trampoline, open the weather again with deft put-downs, again, sped up on turbid tax benefits meaning a dearth of plastic production preferences for this-or-that coffee, maladaptive silk [...]

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sydney

  laurinda & i will be travelling up for the fourW launch @ gleebooks this coming saturday. & if you want to come along for some words / music / images later on in the evening, check out the flyer above.   .

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words

a poem of mine was commended in the page seventeen contest again this year, which is nice. to get some idea of what the launch was like you can see angela meyer reading some of her work here. other things coming up? well there’s the fourW launches in Wagga & Sydney of course (15th & [...]

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reading what you've written

‘The thing done and dismissed has ever, at the best, for the ambitious workman, a trick of looking dead if not buried, so that he almost throbs with ecstasy when, on an anxious review, the flush of life reappears.’ – Henry James, Preface to The Awkward Age

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fou

there’s a second issue of fou up. looks really good. for some reason it is not chrome compliant, but that’s not too much of a problem.

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