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FreeXpresSion literary magazine

Breadcrumbs, dust and hair. Skin flakes too. Maybe even a dead roach or two. Hygiene is only as good as the blindness that envelops the dermis. Flood the keyboard with globs of honey (didn't ...

Reviewed 26 February 2010 under Racking through magazines

Toilet Door Poetry - The Live Experience - Barnet Long Room, Customs House - 01/04/06

Customs House on a Saturday afternoon in Circular Quay. People in the cafe on the lower floor clanging away with deep bottles of sparkling waters more powerful than those from a hose.

Reviewed 3 April 2006 under Exhibitions, Expositions and Events

De Quincey: Nerve 9 - Performance Space, Redfern, - 20/10/05

Under a blanket of black darker than the soul of man, Nerve 9 opens with a scurrying of whispers and snitching sounds from deep in the stage floor area.

Reviewed 21 October 2005 under Stage Antics and Theatrics

An Afternoon of Poetry - The Whitlam Library, Cabramatta - 20/05/04

Kicking off the Fairfield City Writers' Festival for its third year, The Whitlam Library in Cabramatta played host to An Afternoon of Poetry, one of the few events on the Sydney Writers' Festival ...

Reviewed 21 May 2004 under Exhibitions, Expositions and Events

A Room of One's Own by Virginia Woolf

It seems that, because of the recent adaptation of another, different Virginia Woolf book, bookstores have been importing as many of her books as possible to cope with the current, and what will ...

Reviewed 10 June 2003 under Papercuts on the Mind's Tongue: Books

Bargain Basement Music Review 2: If I Were A Ghost

Band: Warwick Moss Album Title: If I Were A Ghost Cost: $0.33 Description: Well, Warwick Moss isn't as much a band as he is an Australian television personality.

Reviewed 28 April 2003 under Not So Live Music

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