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Congratulations to Ken Chau, winner of Vox Bendigo Fyffe Prize

We are very pleased to announce that Melbourne poet, Ken Chau, has won the Vox Bendigo Fyffe Prize, for his suite of poems, Possible Lyrics for Chinese and Western Pop Songs… 188 more words


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The Vox Bendigo Fyffe Prize inaugural winner is here: Ken Chau for his book, 'Possible Lyrics for Chinese and Western Pop Songs'! Congratulations! Check out the Bendigo Writers Festival for details of the award ceremonies.

Haiku love

I love haikus. The simpler it is, the more engaging it becomes. You can find some of my haikus, and other excellent snippets of words and images by writers and bloggers/social media enthusiasts, on hotcrosshaiku.blogspot.com.au/ and on Twitter at @hotcrosshaiku. 27 more words

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Two Passionate, Love Filled, Hope Filled Poems from Ramon Loyola

I met Ramon Loyola on Word Press when I was searching the world over to add new content to the writers work lab etc.
I saw his extraordinary poetry and read his blog and how excited he was (as I would be), seeing his books in a book store. 672 more words


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Thanks to Paulette and Totally Inspired Mind for sharing my poems. It's not every day that my work gets shared in the blogosphere. You are truly inspiring. I am thrilled and humbled. Gratitude!

Back on top (for a brief moment)

‘I Look For You In Other Truths’ the ebook is briefly back on top of Amazon US’s Kindle Store in the LGBTI Poetry category. Get your copy now.

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Fresh off the printers

The smell and feel of newly-pressed and printed books always get me. A fresh batch of ‘Not Poems, Just Words’ and ‘I Look For You In Other Truths’ arrived today. Am feeling giddy all day.

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When zombies take over Sydney

My friend Sorab Del Rio’s awesome ‘Sydney Zombie Apocalypse’ is a hit at the Supanova Pop Culture Expo 2015! Snapshot of what happens when the undead terrorises Sydney. 11 more words

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Local author

There’s something about finding your own books and creative work in your local bookstore or shop. It’s strange and uplifting, and makes you feel like you truly belong, exactly how¬†I felt walking into Modern Times Bookshop/Art On King in Newtown, NSW, Australia.

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