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“Hi, I’m Jennifer Scoullar, and I’m reading an excerpt of my novel, Brumby’s Run, to be published by Penguin in 2012. (more…)

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“Hi, I’m Alison Stewart. I’m reading from my YA book, Days Like This, published by Penguin Australia.

“Lily stepped towards the front door. No-one used it anymore. She put the palms of her hands against it. Once upon a time, they had used this front door. It was bizarre to think that once, you could smell the beginning and end of the seasons. Now, change never came. The air inside was constantly cool and the humidity controlled. Despite the heat outside, the door’s lock was cold. Lily tightened her grip on it and turned it slightly. It moved easily as if people turned it regularly, and life was a continuous stream from this world to the next.

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“Hi, this is Tim Sinclair and I’m going to play you a piece from my poetry concept album Brothers of the Head, written and performed with musician and writer Ben Winch and released a couple of years ago. It’s a cheery little story of identity crisis and angst and it’s all told from the point of view of an unborn fetus lodged inside his adult brother’s skull. The excerpt I’m going to play is from the track Suicide Part 2 and as well as Ben and myself it also features musician Ali Sinclair on cello and piano.

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