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Articles by W H Chong

Joan London’s moving novel, “The Golden Age”

Jim Morgan reads Joan London’s “The Golden Age” and is moved to recall a time when polio loomed in every life.

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Double Vision: Looking (Twice) and Thinking About Art

Stop! Look again . . . I have co-curated a show about misreading, or double takes. And painting lives on in Hipland.

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Australian Young Neanderthals Recruitment Poster

Misogyny, homophobia, racism and hairy armpits have never been more politically captivating.

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“Tim’s Vermeer”: Geeks, Technology and the Meaning of Art

Can a millionaire technogeek with a Vermeer-obsession learn to paint like the master and make art? An email exchange between a painter, a musician and a blogger…

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Scott-Free Morrison and The Little Children

Does a minister suffer long dark nights of the soul? Picture and verse by W.H. Chong.

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“Joyful” – one of the best novels

A ‘Sideways Glance’ review by Jim Morgan: Why is a novel about grief and beauty titled ‘Joyful’? Robert Hillman’s new novel has it all.

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Awards season: Calling book designers!

The Australian Book Design Awards call for entries, till June 23, 2014.

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A knife in the street

Inveterate reader Jim Morgan finally gets around to the terrifyingly titled “Every Parent’s Nightmare.”

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Garner and Gaita in conversation (Against chicken factories)

How do you stop a chicken factory? Part of the answer lies in seeing Helen Garner and Raimond Gaita talking.

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George Goyder: the Man Who Drew a Line across South Australia

Jim Morgan admires Janis Sheldrick’s biography of the man who drew Goyder’s Line. A short man, but mighty.

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