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So I found myself in some pretty sweet company the other day when I was checking myself out on Google Books: No actual novels there, I notice, but it’s a fair cop I guess.

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You may or may not be aware that the annual Emerging Writers Festival is on again in Melbourne right now. It’s a festival that’s exciting and close to our hearts here in chez Chewton, not only because it’s a festival

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Published – Mea Culpa

I have a word-based contribution on cordite at the mo, part of the oz-ko (envoy) issue, which is the prelude to the forthcoming oz-ko issue that will feature Korean poets translated into English and Australian poets translated into Hangul, which,

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Published: Best Australian Poems 2010

Welcome to the latest episode of Brag Along with Adam, in which I continue to talk about my publication successes, this time the poem I got in Best Australian Poems 2010, the fact of which makes me go all squeeeeeeee

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Torpedo 6: The Bullet

The latest output from those avian simians at Falcon vs. Monkey is Torpedo 6, aka The Bullet. It’s chockers with good comic love (and the occasional short story) by many excellent comickal types from around the globe. Standouts for me

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It’s not every day you get rejected by proxy by the guy who co-created Spider-Man

Dear Mr. Snyder, Bob from the Steve Ditko Comics Weblog passed your email address to me. I’m writing to you with a question for Mr. Steve Ditko about a possible artist’s commission. I run a gag website called Monkey Punch

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Friday Night Video: Vale Bud Tingwell

more about “The Battle of Clarendon St“, posted with vodpod Bud Tingwell died today. I met him, once, very briefly, when he recorded the voiceover for the above. When I pitched the idea to Bud’s agent, I told her that

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