Monthly Archives: June 2013

‘turn and face the strange’ … Changes

I spent last week at my favourite desk in Sydney University’s Fisher Library, on the only floor of the old library still in its original state, unaffected by the so-called Renewal sweeping the building. But here’s what I found stuck to … Continue reading

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‘O to be in the Arctic’: Dermot Healy launches Luke Davies’ four plots for magnets

On the last day of the Sydney Writers’ Festival I went to the launch of the new edition of Luke Davies’ four plots for magnets. The first and much slimmer edition of four plots for magnets containing Luke’s teenage poetry … Continue reading

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