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Tag Archives: Barry Jonsberg
blog 99: In which I visit WA WA Land – Part the First.
This is a log of the first week of my two week trip to Western Australia presenting writing workshops as part of The Literature Centre’s Talented Young Writers’ Programme. Author’s Log: Star Date Sunday May 28. Woke up dull and … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Albany, Barry Jonsberg, Freo, Geraldton, Geraldton Senior College, Glyn Parry, Great Southern Grammar, John Willcock College, Lesley Reece, Newman, Old Fremantle Prison, Perth, Port Hedland, Talented and Young Writers Program, Teacher-Librarians, Teachers, The Literature Centre Fremantle, Young Writers' Day 3 Comments
blog 95: In which I suddenly realise it’s December!
It’s the last month of 2016. If this year is following the pattern of previous years, by my calculations, that means it’s December! Back on September 12 when I last wrote, I ended my blog with this bold statement: I’m making a … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Albany Creek State School, Alek Topa, Artspear Entertainment, Barry Jonsberg, Bob Dylan, Book Links, Booked Out Speakers Agency, Don't Call Me Ishmael, Eaton's Hill State School, Eric Vale Off The Rails, Eric Vale Super Male, Hexenhaus, James Phelan, Kings Beach Caloundra, KOALA Awards, Morris Gleitzman, Mount Coot-tha Lookout, Narelle Oliver, Nikki McWatters, Richard Newsome, Rupert Rau, Samantha Wheeler 4 Comments
blog 83: In which I recap August and September and where some of the things I say are actually true.
August and September have been very busy but very enjoyable months for me. They were packed with school visits, as well as a festival and a conference which took me from Brisbane to Melbourne to Ipswich to Hobart. Here are some of … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged APPA, Barry Jonsberg, Carl Hanser, Christina Booth, Eric Vale Epic Fail, Gippsland Grammar, Hobart, Hoercompany, James Moloney, Janeen Brian, Joe Bauer, Just a Dog, Liz Flynn, Mark Greenwood, Oliver Phommanvanh, Paul Collins, Rich and Rare, Scholastic Australia, Secret Agent Derek 'Danger' Dale, St Williams Catholic Primary School, Story Arts Festival Ipswich, Tasmanian Tiger, Terry Denton, THAT Production Company, The Ishmael Series, Tony Flowers, Valanga Khoza, Wye River Leave a comment
blog 79: In which I discover that April actually wasn’t the cruelest month and so far May hasn’t been too bad either.
Yes it’s catch-up time again because as per usual I have failed in my commitment to blog more regularly. So looking back to APRIL … My wife, daughter and I had a lovely holiday with some good friends, here at Euramella … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Alek Topa, Arnold Zable, Barry Head, Barry Jonsberg, Brian Falkner, By The River, Eric Val, Eric Vale, Gallipoli, Hughenden Hotel Sydney, Jack Heath, James Roy, Life in Outer Space, Light Horse, Mandy Ord, Mary Poppins, Maryborough, Melissa Keil, Newington Literature Festival, Noosa, Noosa Heads, Nurse Bauer, Pandora Jones, Plague, QWC, Richard Harland, Scot Gardner, Steven Herrick, Susanne Gervay, Tiaro, Tony Thompson, West End 1 Comment
blog 69: In which I recap 20 things that happened during May and June.
1. My son Joe (illustrator of Eric Vale and Derek Dale) married his partner Rita. A very happy day for the Bauer clan! 2. I went to the CBCA Conference in Canberra where I was on the opening session with … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Barry Jonsberg, Bilby Award, CBCA Conference Canberra, Christine Bongers, Don't Call Me Ishmael, Eric Vale, Eric Valente, Godzilla, Guildford Grammar, Intruder, Joe Bauer, Meg Bauer, Pandora Jones, Readers Cup, Secret Agent Derek 'Danger' Dale, St Luke's Grammar, Tim Cahill, Wilderness Society, World Cup 3 Comments
blog 48: In which I bring you up to speed with what’s been slowing me down. (This one’s especially for you Gabbie.)
In my last post I proudly and boldly announced that I had “returned with a fierce determination to write often and incisively on the big issues“. Then two months passed without a word. That’s right. I totally suck at fierce determination. However … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Archie Fisillo, Barry Heard, Barry Jonsberg, Brian Faulkner, Chris Bongers, Elaine Ouston, Eric Vale, Geraldton, Glyn Parry, Judith Rossell, Julie Fison, Kevin Burgemeestre, Krista Bell, Meredith Costain, Narelle Oliver, Newington Festival, Newman, Paul Collins, Port Hedland, Richard Harland, Royce Bond, Scot Gardner. Michael Pryor, Susanne Gervay, The Literature Centre Fremantle 11 Comments
blog 47: In which I get back into the game!
It’s been far too long since I’ve blogged, however never fear. I have now returned with a fierce determination to write often and incisively on the big issues that confront us all on a daily basis, and fearlessly addressing them … Continue reading
blog10: In which I throw a much needed life-line to fellow author Barry Jonsberg
A couple of years ago when I was resident Blogger at the State Library of Victoria’s Insideadog website, I did a post on my good friend and fellow writer Barry Jonsberg. I thought it might be an opportune time to recap on … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Barry Jonsberg, Being Here, Insideadog, Reading Matters 4 Comments
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