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March on Washington: unsung

August 28, 2013 No, not literally unsung. ¬† In fact, the most memorable moments at the microphone, other than Martin Luther King’s “I had a Dream” speech, ¬†featured singers: Mahalia Jackson; Marian Anderson; Peter, Paul and Mary; Joan Baez and … Continue reading

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Literature to Film, Sydney 2012

May 30, 2012 May 28, 2012 was the centenary of the birth of Patrick White.¬† Many of us from the conference went down to a special screening of The Eye of the Storm, directed by Fred Schepisi, featuring Charlotte Rampling … Continue reading

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