MUSHROOM

In our poetry class, we were given the task of writing about a mushroom. This involved having to pay close attention to even the slightest details and find a way to write about the mushroom as something other than what it was. I’m no poet, but here is the attempt: Whole, it is a white … Continue reading MUSHROOM

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OBSERVATIONS I – A DAY IN NORWICH

Orange sparks skittering across wet pavement. A couple jumping out of the way of the drill, huddling together.   ‘I want to buy it.’ ‘You bloody well should!’   Mirrors embellished with gold. Pale green tea menus. A rainbow of boxed macarons. Pink lemonade popping on the tongue.   Flat glass face of the Forum. … Continue reading OBSERVATIONS I – A DAY IN NORWICH

INSERTING HISTORY WORKSHOP WITH DR TONY BIRCH

Tony Birch is an Australian author that has published Shadowboxing (2006), Father’s Day (2009), Blood (2011), The Promise (2014), and recently, Ghost River (2015) which was longlisted for the Miles Franklin Award. I had the pleasure of attending this insightful workshop held by Dr Tony Birch. Tony invited us to write in response to a … Continue reading INSERTING HISTORY WORKSHOP WITH DR TONY BIRCH