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Australian writer, poet, children's author, educator, workshop presenter.
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Talented writer, poet and blogger, Gabrielle Bryden, recently wrote of her close shave with an aquaplaning bus. OMG! Subsequently, Gabrielle expressed an interest in receiving any close shave poems or stories from regular readers of her blog and people she … Continue reading
Watchwords is a site is about writers, readers, artists, filmmakers and our beautiful City of Brisbane. It is a non-profit site that writer Lois May started up to cover the Brisbane Writers Festival initially, back in 2012. It was intended to be taken down … Continue reading
I looooove anything creative and whilst I don’t consider myself a photographer I do love taking photos. A couple of years ago I shouted myself a lovely Canon EOS 600D with the view to improving my photography skills and my eye for … Continue reading
Australian writer and poet, Gabrielle Bryden has tagged me in a Writing Process Blog Tour. Gabrielle is a very talented writer/poet so please check out her lovely blog. The Writing Process Blog Tour involves me answering four questions and tagging … Continue reading
Yesterday, I received an unexpected phone call from a Melbourne based editor/writer/poet confirming my postal address to receive a complimentary copy of the poetry anthology When the Moon is Swimming Naked: Australasian Poetry for the Chinese Youngster. What the? As I … Continue reading
The State Library of Queensland runs an annual Young Writers Award competition. The short story competition is open to Queensland residents aged 18-25 with a cash prize of $2,000. Entries close Friday 18 July 2014. So if you know of any young … Continue reading
“Follow your bliss. If you do follow your bliss, you put yourself on a kind of track that has been there all the while waiting for you, and the life you ought to be living is the one you are … Continue reading