Monthly Archives: May 2013

An anvil autumn’s night in Newtown Please find my latest post in my new website through the supplied link. My past experience, written a while ago, of attending a talk on revolution is covered. Please do not hesitate to leave … Continue reading

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An anvil autumn’s night in Newtown

The dawn of autumn had just broken ground in Sydney when, early on a rainy night in Newtown, I climbed a narrow stairway into the unknown. I had been looking forward all day to this moment. Days ago, I saw … Continue reading

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Problematising ‘the border’ in Dead Europe

There is a line in English rhetoric that leaves open more questions than answers. Such is the case when one talks about the “border” between fiction and non-fiction. It will be noticed here that said “border” is enclosed in quotation … Continue reading

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Saturdays worth sacrificing

From unwitting places, art springs. This I fathomed early, once upon another lifetime. It came to me in the form of nothing more than a nuisance, a pesky mosquito that sucked the vigour out of me. It has everything to … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Christmases

Nothing captures the beauty of the human heart more than the season of Christmas. Its days are imbued with love, unlike ordinary days. Its theme is the joie de vivre of being part of a family. As we remember the … Continue reading

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