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  • October 2 The Little Red Writing Workshop an introduction to grace voice and style Saturday 12 June and Saturday 4 December 3 The Cowshed Masterclass a weekend creative writing retreat intensive 25 27 June and 19 21 November Watch the website for more detail register on the home page or inquire at Recent News Why Write A Poet s Guide to Climate Change Margaret River Sestets wins the Cardiff Poetry

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  • conversing with Patrice Newell about The Blue Plateau Book a place through Gleebooks check their site Patrice apart from being the lapsed Maclean s Girl a Read More The place for poetic prose Published Sunday July 05 2009 An extract from The Blue Plateau appeared in The Sydney Morning Herald two weeks back Spectrum 20 June Now there s a nice review 4 July Claire Scobie thinks my book sets a new benchmark for nature writing in Read More First review of The Blue Plateau Published Tuesday June 09 2009 The Blue Plateau got its first review on Saturday 6 June 2009 the day of the brilliant full moon in The Weekend Australian Under the banner A Natural Way With Words Liam Davison had some nice if sober things to Read More The Blue Plateau launches Published Sunday June 07 2009 The Blue Plateau is out this June and to celebrate its launch Macquarie University is hosting an evening of readings and conversation under the title The Poetry and Politics of Place The event happens on 16 June in the MQU Read More Page 7 of 19 pages First 5 6 7 8 9 Last Recent News Why Write A

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  • the pears the oak and all the rest of them But spring has been dry till now and the dams which got up to fifty per cent in May for the first time in recent memory have been falling slowly through the winter Australia as I say in my essay A Storm a Teacup or Dying Beautifully is the driest continent on earth after Antarctica and unlikely to get much

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  • friend Patrice Newell on the CCC ticket they re running for a Senate seat at the Federal election on 24 November It was chastening to hear his assessment shared by all speakers about the imminence and seriousness of global warming We will be defined and our futures will be determined by how and how fast now we respond to he incontrovertible and savage realities of planetary warming Climate change is real we caused it it s here now said Dr Karl We need a War Cabinet approach he added Now there s an idea It was heartening though to see a group CANWin and the large audience I mean so seriously committed to seriously committing politicians to begin the radical overhaul of how we live which is what it will take to survive this challenge It gave one more hope to hear these conversations in a church hall in Bowral than it did to hear an election analyst say the other night on the television that this election isn t really about the environment Who decides these things one wonders Someone asked me if I was writing about global warming and I said How could one not Recent News Why

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  • of his school and just entering his final year turns seventeen today Happy birthday men You teach me more than you know each of you very differently I am blessed Recent News Why Write A Poet s Guide to Climate Change Margaret River Sestets wins the Cardiff Poetry Prize 2012 Makes the Landscape flame and sing Whose common wealth is this anyway Not Even in Someone Else s Backyard True

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  • 2008 The green book will do I hope for syntax what the red book did for style and in the same tone of voice Watch out for it Recent News Why Write A Poet s Guide to Climate Change Margaret River Sestets wins the Cardiff Poetry Prize 2012 Makes the Landscape flame and sing Whose common wealth is this anyway Not Even in Someone Else s Backyard True Story Loneliness

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  • CCE program which describes the workshop http www cce usyd edu au program Have a look and come along if it appeals to you The workshop has been great fun and I think a great success in the past Recent News Why Write A Poet s Guide to Climate Change Margaret River Sestets wins the Cardiff Poetry Prize 2012 Makes the Landscape flame and sing Whose common wealth is this

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  • ll publish it in the US and Canada in the northern fall October or so of 2009 I m delighted to have the book Read More Writing Well The Essential Guide Published Thursday May 29 2008 The Little Red Writing Book comes out this July August in the United States and United Kingdom indeed across the English speaking world Cambridge University Press is publishing it and they re calling it Writing Well The Essential Guide Although Writing Well Read More Cowshed Classes Published Sunday February 03 2008 The first of my cowshed classes long writing workshops held here in my Burradoo workshop begins on 15 March A class of eight writers will meet here every second Saturday for three months I m hoping the workshops will help writers develop manuscripts Read More Calibre Essay Prize 2008 Published Sunday February 03 2008 The February issue of Australian Book Review announces the winners of the Calibre Essay Prize for 2008 and one of them is me My essay A Storm a Teacup shares this year s prize with Rachel Robertson s Reaching One Thousand Read More Page 16 of 19 pages First 14 15 16 17 18 Last Recent News Why Write

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