Six more sleeps

Just a quick closer-to-the-event mention of this reading I’m doing as part of Josephine Rowe’s launch of her new book, How a Moth Becomes a Boat, this coming Sunday July 19, between 2 and 4 – a sweet little arvo gig for all the family.

It’ll be Josephine herself, David Thrussell, Neil Boyack, Eleanor Marney, Sue King-Smith and SATED, plus yours truly all hunkered down in the warmth and conviviality of DIG Cafe, right on the main drag there in Newstead. You can’t miss it. And for five bucks, there’s no real reason to.

Full deets here.

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About Adam

I'm the author of the poetry collections The Third Fruit is a Bird and Not Quite the Man for the Job, the novel Man Bites Dog and the short story collection Heroes and Civilians.
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Absolutely. two egregious typos in an ad for a comms job at a book publisher. do i weep or laugh? anna and i both discussed the fact that every pd we've read lately has had at least one typo in it. way to make me feel out of step, universe. this is a very well made poem. it's called "Travelling Through the Dark". *shudder* #williamstafford I am binge watchin star trek voyager right now and am gobsmacked by the recurring theme of helping out your friends and being nice to strangers even when theyre frightening because its the right thing to do. where has this theme gone when it comes to the stories we celebrate and share with each other?
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