Page 24…Oh boy… Sans has sure found himself between a rock and a hard place. Not only did he completely lose himself and nearly kill another monster but now a cloaked figure is looming over him. 22 more words
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Great Humanity and Human Decency: Annette Marfording reviews 'The Simplest Words: A Storyteller’s Journey' by Alex Miller
The Simplest Words: A Storyteller’s Journey (selected and arranged by his wife Stephanie Miller) by Alex Miller, Allen & Unwin 2015.
There are many Australian authors who are good writers, but there are few who, in addition to bringing the reader enjoyment – and incidentally – teach the reader something about how to be a good person, show the reader the impact of racism and other injustices, and thus demonstrate their deep humanity. 1,555 more words
The Simplest Words is a novelty. It’s an anthology of a living writer’s work, a sort of Portable Alex Miller, but also a farewell to the writing life — as it’s been this far. 86 more words
Coal Creek by Alex Miller
Stockman Bobby Blue decides to take a job in Mount Hay as the new constable’s offsider. Daniel, the constable, his wife Esme and their two girls, Irie and Miriam, are new to the western country and, struggling to understand its inhabitants. 231 more words