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- Included one of our daughter’s illustrations in the Barmera Centenary projection artwork we made. Here she is seeing it. 💛Pop over to Barmera this Friday night anytime between 6pm and 10pm to see a little something Nic and I made. I’ll be there at 6pm. XIn @slingsbytheatre’s Hall of Possibility today with the #guthraktheplay team.Things have been a bit hard and a bit shit this year behind the scenes, but tonight my heart is so full of joy.
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Much love/ too much/ too many/ they say/ but maybe/ not enough/ rough the edges of your jealously/ with maybes// The Photo: … Continue reading
History splintered into two rivers/ in one riverbed/ your blood, my blood, our blood/ washed clear, but not clean// The Photo: Photo supplied by Warrick Clinch The Response: The Aboriginal Tent Embassy was established … Continue reading
Concealed in folded edges is someone I used to be/ grainy with waiting, with wondering/ I am drawn by light// #tinytwitterpoem The Photo: Photo supplied by Celia Boyd “I wasn’t sure what to send you, this is … Continue reading
Sand breathers/ envious and bitter/ in tight skin and mottled waves/ they’ve waited their turn/ for you// The Photo: Photo supplied by Ashlee Harrison The Response: Everyone longs for the beach. They talk about long … Continue reading
Nestled, into folded waves/ we are each of us, islands/ in this shared deep sea// The Photo: Photo supplied by Jamin Heppell The Response: It’s a slippery place. Space. Well. Deep. Deeper still than fear. … Continue reading
The Contributor: This week’s #writeme30 photo supplied by Matthew Church. I met the lovely Matthew through my involvement with JUTE Theatre Company’s Enter Stage Write (2012 and 2013). Matthew and I were both playwrights in the program, with Matthew … Continue reading
The Contributor: This week’s #writeme30 photo supplied by Tully Bates of Purple Carrot Catering (delicious food in the Riverland!) The Photo: The Response: One breath of colour in an ocean of maybe; Two inhaled doubts to cover the silence; … Continue reading
August was too full for me. Full of loss. Sickness. Work stress in both camps. Full of letting people down. Letting myself down. Full of being lost. Full of saying goodbye. Full of saying thank you and hello. Full of … Continue reading