Tag Archives: Chris Bongers

blog 93: In which I play catch-up yet again.

It’s been quite a busy few months since the last update, so very briefly here are some things that happened. We had a great launch for The Pain, My Mother, Sir Tiffy Cyber Boy and Me at Riverbend Books in Brisbane. A huge … Continue reading

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blog 66: In which I take part in a BLOG HOP.

My friend and super-talented Brisbane-based poet, critic and editor Zenobia Frost has invited me to take part in a blog hop. It goes like this: I ask myself the following four questions, answer them and then pass the baton on to three fellow writers to … Continue reading

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blog 50: In which what happens in Charleville doesn’t stay in Charleville.

Earlier this week I had the pleasure of spending a couple of days in the Queensland country town of Charleville. I flew there with fellow author and friend Chris Bongers (Dust, Henry Hoey Hobson, Drongoes) to be part of the … Continue reading

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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

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