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Newstead Short Story Tattoo 2011

Newstead’s premier biennial literary event returns this May with a cavalcade, a cornucopia, a veritable concupiscence of practitioners of the short form descending upon the unprepossessing hamlet between 13 and 15 May 2011. It’ll be a pretty chockers weekend, with

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A book launch story with pictures

Last Sunday saw the launch of Josephine Rowe’s newest book, How a Moth Becomes a Boat, in Newstead, at the delightful Dig Cafe. Yours truly was among the performers, and I managed to take some blurry photos of the fine

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Josephine Rowe & the Newstead Short Story Tattoo (and me)

Neil Boyack is one of those writer types who’s done the move from Melbourne to this part of the world – like me, I guess – and he’s all about the artistic contribution to his adopted community and stuff. He

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Brought home two new  #lumberjanes comics this week and eldest spent her weekend reading the whole lot through again. Bit of Sunday arvo research at the Gov. Lunchtime for Lily and Nellie. Little Fee loves her morning bottle.
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