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Everywhere I Look

Year of publication: 2016
Found: See below
Pages/Read time: 240, two days


Over two busy days last a few weeks I read Everywhere I Look… 597 more words

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CITY EAR // Sotiris Dounoukos Off to TIFF... Again

Sotiris Dounoukos, Canberra filmmaker extraordinaire, will be heading back to the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) in September for the second time in two years. 217 more words


Daily Prompt: Confused

via Daily Prompt: Confused

(I know it was a couple of days ago – I never post things straight away!)

If the truth be told, we’re all a bit confused – that is, if we allow ourselves to be. 636 more words


The Book Trail: Caitlin Doughty to Walter Benjamin

I am always on the lookout for ‘different’ posts which I can schedule here at The Literary Sisters, and inspiration struck in this instance when I was browsing reviews on Goodreads.   1,150 more words

Melbourne's Daughter

Deep with the first dead lies London’s daughter

(Dylan Thomas)
The newspaper article was short, buried at the bottom of an inner page: Man Sought in Child Death was the headline. 655 more words


Helen Garner on writers and writing (in Everywhere I look)

As I promised in my main review of Helen Garner’s engaging book of essays and jottings, Everywhere I look, I am here doing a little follow-up post on her discussions of other writers. 1,097 more words

Australian Literature

Helen Garner, Everywhere I look (Review)

I was very sad to come to the end of Helen Garner’s latest essay collection, Everywhere I look. It was such a joy – such a joy – to read.  1,217 more words

Australian Literature