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Melbourne Writers Festival 2009 diary part two: Grenville, Michaels and the ‘engine of curiosity’

Melbourne Writers Festival 2009 diary part two: Grenville, Michaels and the ‘engine of curiosity’

Stories everywhere: The guy in the ACMI cafe shares my love of David Bowie, and they make a mean ham toastie. The title of the session Oranges are the Only Fruit alludes the the Orange Prize, which guests Anne Michaels and Kate Grenville have both won. Peter Clarke was a generous and intelligent chair, steering […]

Kate Grenville’s <i>Dark Places</i>

Kate Grenville’s Dark Places

A LiteraryMinded review of an Australian classic. Dark Places Kate Grenville Macmillan 1994 + Text Publishing 2008 (Aus, US) Dark Places charts the life of a pitiful, self-absorbed and knowingly empty man, Albion Gidley Singer. From a young age he attempts to fill a void that exists within him – a void associated with his lack […]