Monthly Archives: May 2013

An anvil autumn’s night in Newtown Please find my latest post in my new website through the supplied link. My past experience, written a while ago, of attending a talk on revolution is covered. Please do not hesitate to leave … Continue reading

Link | Posted on by | Leave a comment

An anvil autumn’s night in Newtown

The dawn of autumn had just broken ground in Sydney when, early on a rainy night in Newtown, I climbed a narrow stairway into the unknown. I had been looking forward all day to this moment. Days ago, I saw … Continue reading

Posted in culture and politics, Past edited work | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Problematising ‘the border’ in Dead Europe

There is a line in English rhetoric that leaves open more questions than answers. Such is the case when one talks about the “border” between fiction and non-fiction. It will be noticed here that said “border” is enclosed in quotation … Continue reading

Posted in Past edited work, reviews | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Saturdays worth sacrificing

From unwitting places, art springs. This I fathomed early, once upon another lifetime. It came to me in the form of nothing more than a nuisance, a pesky mosquito that sucked the vigour out of me. It has everything to … Continue reading

Posted in Previous published work | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment