Writing

Mark Tredinnick

Mark’s poetry and lyrical prose return to mind so often. I am grateful for the long conversations we have had that formed this interview published by Dumbo Feather I first met Mark Tredinnick’s work through The Little Red Writing Book––recommended by a teacher I loved. Within the opening pages I was hooked. I read the …

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‘Tender’ reviewed. Author happy.

Andrew Hamilton is consulting editor at Eureka Street and has written a review of my new collection, Tender, stories that lean into kindness. I feel honoured by his reading and placement of the book within a larger tradition. You can go to the review here. http://www.eurekastreet.com.au/article/kindness-stories-in-the-modern-spiritual-mode#

Conversations in conflicted times

“Probably people know the room is going to be discussing something of division. Presumably people have a predictable set of outcomes in their mind. “I bet you this group or this person will say the following thing.” And they might even have their responses primed and prepared for the thing that they’re predicting. I’m always interested in how we find the courage in the room for something unexpected and surprising to be said.” Pádraig Ó Tuama

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