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Viewing articles posted in November 2016

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Nov

What Have You Been Up To? David Halliday

What Have You Been Up To? David Halliday

Posted by Laurie Steed on 25 November 2016 | Tags: , , | 0 Comments

Catch up with what David has been up to since we published his story, 'One of Those Things' which appeared in our collection, Lost Boy and other stories (Ed. Estelle Tang). The life of a freelancer is one of the neverending hustle: hustle well and you’re busy, hustle badly and...

19
Nov

Impossible Preludes - Perth Launch Speech

Impossible Preludes - Perth Launch Speech

Impossible Preludes - PerthLaunch Speech By Dennis Haskell Andrew Taylor’s Impossible Preludes is his sixteenth or seventeenth book of poems, but the first poetry collection to appear from the energetic Margaret River Press. They could hardly have picked a better poet to begin with, even though he now lives far...

18
Nov

What Have You Been Up To? Bindy Pritchard

What Have You Been Up To? Bindy Pritchard

Never underestimate the impact of being published in a Margaret River Press anthology. After my story ‘Dying’ was published in 2014 in The Trouble With Flying I was contacted by Cate Kennedy to be the emerging writer paired with her for the January 2015 edition of Review of Australian Fiction.

15
Nov

Impossible Preludes - Sydney Launch Speech

Impossible Preludes - Sydney Launch Speech

Impossible Preludes - SydneyLaunch Speech By David Brooks There are at least four things a launch of a collection of poetry should do: honour the author, honour the book (in this case beautifully designed and produced by Margaret River Press), honour poetry itself, and goad/entice those attending into buying the collection.

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