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Overland 221

Jacinda Woodhead (editor), Overland 221 (Spring 2015)

As usual, this Overland is well worth reading. Two articles stand out for me:


Random but connected

Random. The word interests me. As I get older, I no longer try to find meaning in order so much as draw meaning from randomness. I feel this strongly: things are both random and connected, all the time.

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Embiggen Books :: Melbourne

When the city centre gets too loud, when the people become too many, then go and hide around the corner in Embiggen Books. Calm down besides books and antiques. 501 more words


Week #22 Staying with the Trouble: an essay

Sophie Cunningham’s essay in the latest Australian Book Review strikes a great pace between the personal and the philosophical. It is, among other things, a reflection on why details matter and what we do in order to feel that we are contributing. 198 more words