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It’s Been a Big Life So Far: Cate Kennedy Launches the 'The Abyssinian Contortionist' by David Carlin

The Abyssinian Contortionist by David Carlin, UWA Publishing 2015, was launched by Cate Kennedy in Melbourne on 12 March at The Melba Spiegeltent:

Background: Sosina Wogayehu learnt to do flips and splits at the age of six, sitting in her parents’ lounge room in Addis Ababa. 2,186 more words

Australian Literature

Monthly Musings: Three discoveries in March

I know it’s a little late since we’re already a week into April, but here are a few of my discoveries from March (in no particular order): 255 more words

Joy

You may delay but time will not (Benjamin Franklin)

Deciding to return to my book – a memoir-style life adventure arranged as an A-Z – is the easy bit. Finding the time to get to it is the challenge. 882 more words

Lifestyle

And so it begins...

Adelaide Writer’s Week that is, and I went along to my first session yesterday to hear Julia Gillard talk about her new book.

In the 35 degree heat albeit with partial shade, Julia’s session was literally bursting at the seams with the crowd of people there to hear her, many standing due to a lack of available seats, a sure sign of this ex-prime minister’s continuing popularity. 192 more words

December's top sellers

Top selling authors for December were Cate Kennedy and Lars Kepler.

Just finished reading They Found Him Dead by Georgette Heyer, next on my list is The Intercept by Dick Wolf.

Australian Love Stories, edited by Cate Kennedy, guest review by Karenlee Thompson

Cate Kennedy is one of our much loved authors, but in this collection of love stories published by Inkerman and Blunt, she has turned her hand to editing.  1,361 more words

21st Century

Cate Kennedy (ed), Australian love stories (Review)

Four hundred and forty-five stories! She read four hundred and forty-five of them! I’m talking about Cate Kennedy, the editor of Australian love stories. These stories were the response to Inkerman & Blunt’s call for Australian writers “to share their love stories, fictional or true”. 1,614 more words

Australian Literature