Amazon have taken it upon themselves to pop a big discount (A$8.49) on the paperback format of Small Town Kid for their Australian marketplace. This is incredible value for readers and I strongly recommend anyone interested in a memoir of growing up in and around Beechworth (rural Victoria) in the 1960s and 70s to grab … Continue reading Small Town Kid – paperback discount.
Just discovered a blog article that I'd half written for posting on my dot.com site, so I gave it a little polish and posted it. The post is chatting a little about my dislike of poetic forms, except for the one that I like, of course! Have a look if interested. ~
A spare picture of . . .
One more for today.
For a time I became obsessed with clouds and photographed every permutation of them that i saw. Naturally, I also wrote them,
This experiment is about playing with layout and presentation of the images and poems. Also to play with focusing the power of the combined imagery and words.
women who woreflat-soled shoes thatwas how a female colleaguereferred to them it seemed as thoughsuddenlyquite suddenlythey were everywhere in bureaucratic power all the executive levelsof the public servicewere purged we weren’t used to upheavallike thatback then butall the hubsfrom community servicesto health even the railwaysandof coursejusticehad their share hard core networkerswith no roomfor soft malesunless … Continue reading avaunt (a wary air)
I thought you might be interested in results from my little survey of a few days back. There were 4 questions only, and some room for comments. I have a bunch of results from another group that I asked, but these are from here. I'm not going to pursue commentary, but I do find the … Continue reading My Survey – your results.
So very exciting. I've just turned on my website shop (https://frankprem.com/shop/), and have one running on Facebook as well. Hyperventilatng here. LOL.