Tim Winton Wows Again

My first Tim Winton was Cloudstreet, bought in 1992, just after he’d won his second Miles Franklin Award. I’ve since added ten more Wintons to my bookcase. I enjoyed reading each book, but, for me, none had the wow impact of Cloudstreet. And then I read Winton’s latest novel, The Shepherd’s Hut. Wow!

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The Gift of 1000 Pencils

It was my birthday recently. My brother and sister-in-law gave me a charity gift of 1000 pencils to be sent by Unicef to children in need to help further their education. The gift reminded me of my backpacking days, travelling in East Africa, and being beset by kids begging for pens and pencils.

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The Intrepid Dervla Murphy

In A Book of Travellers’ Tales (Picador 1985) Eric Newby describes Dervla Murphy as: “Intrepid Irish traveller, mostly in Asia and Ethiopia, on bicycles or with quadrupeds, or local transport.” Her tale is titled: “A lone female cyclist deals with a randy Kurd on the Turkish-Iranian frontier, 1963.”

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