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Margo Lanagan's story "The Goosle", a re-telling of the Hansel and Gretel story, has been causing a bit of a storm around the intertubes.

Andrew Kelly meets an illustrator who has moved away from the electronic medium and back to paper. Which is an excellent idea, as long as what you put on the paper is legible. I'm finding that my writing is getting worse and worse. From a very poor base this is not at all useful and I now find I'm printing letters as often as I scrawl. Makes it at least readable to me. Can't say about anyone else.

Toni Jordan, whose debut novel Addition features on the Richard and Judy book club's summer reading list in the UK, has listed her "Top 10 flawed romantic heroines" for "The Guardian" newspaper.
[Thanks to Marshal Zeringue and his weblog "Campaign for the American Reader" for the link.]

The local council in Creswick, Victoria, is developing a playground in the town based on Norman Lindsay's novel The Magic Pudding.

The "Out of Battle" weblog has published Edward Dyson's poem, "Billjim".

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