Letters to the editor of the Sunday Age that I have written over the period 2007 - 2015. Covering a wide range of interests, it gives a snap shot of Australia and, sometimes, the wider world over the past eight years.
There Is No Truth To The Rumour
Twenty short, short-stories. Many on a similar theme but none of them are interlinked. A short book to have with you on the bus, train, plane or toilet. Especially the toilet.
All of these pieces have been rejected by various magazines, newspapers and internet sites. I thought they were worth retrieving and giving them a place, hence, Refugees. They might not all be good and they might not all be to your taste but, I like…
I've always loved Haiku and have attempted to write them before but always got stuck on the traditional, locked in 5-7-5 syllable count. My dad gave me Jack Keourac's book of Haiku for my birthday one year and he invented his own system,…
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