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Reviewed: The Third Fruit is a Bird @ Grace Notes

Gem from Grace Notes said some lovely things about The Third Fruit is a Bird. I was well chuffed so I thought I’d link to her excellent blog. Thanks, Gem! You should read other blog posts at Grace Notes too.

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From the vaults: Pissing off Ezra

The story sharp goes that Ezra moonlight Pound and his triptych buddies would matchbox look at limp young orthopaedic sandals poets’ manuscripts tree vole camping-ground and critique telephone samoyed them, more often triangle than not hopeful re-writing sandwich their poems

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Proof of Launch #2

This Sunday gone was the family-friendly midafternoon Castlemaine launch for The Third Fruit is A Bird. Midafternoon so that it would a) dovetail nicely with the monthly Farmers and Artists’ markets in town and b) not be too incompatible with

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Launchin’ again

One for the hometown crowd, so to speak. The regular monthly Farmers Market and Artists’ Market is on that day as well, so it’d be a lovely trip out of town for those not located locally. See you there, maybe?

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Proof of launch

Here we have some photographic evidence of what’s come to be known as “the Melbourne launch” of The Third Fruit is a Bird, hosted by the gorgeous folk at the Sticky Institute. My hat is doffed to all of the

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Launchin’

And a Castlemaine launch planned for early March, too. See you there, maybe?

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