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Monthly Archive for November, 2010

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In the article the author suggested that the anxiety about teaching never leaves you: you constantly worry about purpose, whether you are serving the best interests of your students, of yourself. This slightly removes my worry that my own personal anxiety really should depart, that there should be some sort of curve or trajectory to [...]

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I’ve just received my copy of The Reader. I’m really enjoying it. If you’re a writer, & want to read about well, being a writer, this is the book for you. I’m putting my story up on the blog, but there’s a whole lot more in the book. Order a copy now. It features all [...]

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morning (design is the new buzzword) derek, is a volunteer firefighter in his spare time. as the events of the Global Financial Crisis unfold (events that are still so recent in our minds) derek’s complex family history is also revealed. what is letting go? most dovetailed cabinet joints remind us of grandma, & so an [...]

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Also, I’m gearing up to read some new poetry in Newtown tomorrow evening as part of the ‘Final Friday readings’. If you want all the details, let me know. I’ll link you up, facebook-like.

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book launches!

heya. once again, the booranga writers’ centre (my employer) is launching its annual anthology of poetry & prose. i’ll be at all of these launches & may just be reading a poem. love to see you all there. Wagga: Saturday November 20th, 2.30pm, Wagga City Library. Launched by Jennifer McKinnon Melbourne: Sunday November 21st, 2.30pm, [...]

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contract

what can amount to ‘unseaworthiness’. eight minutes of silence. now, ash. every part of the hull & machinery is that likeness of me [personal property] is eight lines, but this is good, you are frequent trivial defects are rapidly remediable, blue pencil the wax of the colour. I thought… a possible dispatch to a named [...]

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authenticate

If you leave my house via the back gate (you’d have to get me to unlock it for you) it’s just a short walk to the footbridge that crosses the railway line. After crossing it it’s then just another short walk until you come to Edward Street. If you turn right you’ll walk past a [...]

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