Book Review / Injury Time by Clive James
By Beatriz Copello
“The important thing in his poetry is that he does not feel sorry for himself nor dwells on the knowledge that his days are numbered. On the contrary his poems are a song to life.”
Beatriz Copello reviews Injury Time by Clive James.
Writers On Writing / Performance skills for writers with George Catsi
You’ve written your work and now you’re being asked to read it out loud—or you hope to soon. Any public reading is a promotional moment that can convert a listener, if you read and speak well.
Ahead of his one-day course at Writing NSW, Performance Skills for Writers, we caught up with with Dr George Catsi.
Writers On Writing / Harnessing digital tools to reach new readers with Patrick Lenton
In the current publishing climate, knowledge of how to market and grow an online author profile is essential. Ahead of his seminar on Tuesday at Writing NSW, Digital Marketing Essentials for Authors, we had a chat with Patrick Lenton about the importance of harnessing digital tools to reach new readers.
Book Review / No Friend but the Mountains by Behrouz Boochani
By Myra Opdyke
“In this novel, Boochani has woven his own experiences in to a tale which is at once beautiful and harrowing, creating a valuable contribution to Australia’s literary canon.”
Myra Opdyke reviews Behrouz Boochani’s No Friend But the Mountains.
Book Review / Hugo Makes a Change by Scott Emmons
By Lucie Towers
“If you’re going to sink your teeth into one picture book about eating a balanced diet…Hugo Makes a Change makes for a read as sweet, juicy and refreshing as a big red crunchy apple on a dark moonlit night. It’s an absolute treat.”
Lucie Towers reviews Hugo Makes a Change by Scott Emmons.