cumulous swells buildings fold and fall towers grown from mushroom clouds of hydrogen mythic cites fill the skies hover ethereal… Read more Hiroshima
Does Australia do green? Real green. Not the desiccated grey of eucalypts, roots driving deep to suck the slightest droplet… Read more Homesick
1st – 4th March 2018 at the Heath Ledger Centre ★★★★★ The doors close and the theatre is plunged into… Read more Vessel – Damien Jalet and Kohei Nawa
My fascination with fabric began early, in a sewing class at school. Miss Burne arrived one afternoon with a Quality… Read more A Quilted Life
Maybe this story touches me so very deeply because my husband is a mariner.
Shortly after my father died, probably in response to some deep and unacknowledged fear that if I didn’t buck my… Read more Fitness, Food and Family: a complex relationship
The reek of rotting carcasses clots the air.
The newcomer approached our party from the west, a kamikaze presence coming out of the setting sun. We had been… Read more The Birthday Cake
Hexagons cut from magazine paper and musty op-shop sun frocks
carried home like trophies. Washed and unmade, faded
fabrics like snatches of song, reminiscent of times long gone,