I’m not a good photographer. I’m an amateur, in fact, but these photos taken on a standard digital Pentax camera, say it all. Proud to have captured these images for my poetry book, I Look For You In Other Truths.
This, I think, is how to be still on a long weekend.
(from ‘I Look For You In Other Truths‘, 2014 MoshPit Publishing)
“Don’t let it go” extract from I Look For You In Other Truths was published as a broadside by Blank Rune Press in 2016 and distributed in the streets and locals of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Sometimes the cruelty of the modern world can get to us. And some words need to be simply said to remind us what really matters.
As NaPoWriMo 2016 draws to a close, I am delighted to know that some things never really become old. On 2 April, the second day of April’s National Poetry Month, Dymocks Adelaide kindly featured ‘For Which I Walk‘ from I Look For You In Other Truths as the poem of the day on their Facebook page (THANKS!). Warms my heart to think my words are still breathing. CLICK HERE for the Dymocks Adelaide Facebook link.