Peter Dombrovskis was one of the world’s foremost wilderness photographers. His powerful, reflective and deeply personal images of the unique Tasmanian wilderness had a lasting impact, changing the way Australians think about their environment.
Two lonely men meet by chance in a café in Provence. Both brilliant high achievers, now cut off from their professions, they are soon drawn together, one in the role of supportive listener, the other with a compulsive need to tell his tale.
If you happen to be in New York, Eloise at the Museum is at the New York Historical Society until October 9th.
Continue reading Oh my Lord, it’s Eloise again
“He had breached – no, demolished – the fortress of identity.” (198)
Anthony O’Neill, you’ve done it again. This deserves to become a classic, right up there with the original.
Continue reading Anthony O’Neill: Dr Jekyll and Mr Seek
I heard the voice of the crane
calling loudly, calling men to the plough.
And it struck my heart black
that others hold my fair-flowering fields.
Theognis, c 550 BC, in exile
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