I’ve started this blog as a community for creative writers who are interested in the relationship between writing, self and place. There are some physical, geographical places in the world that are very special to me, as a person and a writer, and I’m keen to find out about the relationships other writers have with places – and how they explore, expand, share, and benefit from those relationships through writing. Sounds a bit esoteric? Let’s see how it goes.
- A House in Fez Alan Vaarwerk amydala Are My Feet In The Way? Australia Avid Reader A View From Fez blogs book review Brisbane caves children's reading Cory Taylor creative writing place self danger Danielle Wood duyfken emotions encounters environment fiction craft flight-or-fight response future of publishing Griffith Review Hervey Bay home Ireland islands John Masefield Julianne Shultz Kathy George Keren Heenan Kári Gíslason lee mcgowan literary journals Maryborough may you live in interesting times Melissa Lucashenko Murgon nations nature new years resolutions photography place place attachment place identity psychology of place Queensland Rachael S. Morgan raymond carver risk safety Sally Breen Sandy McCutcheon ships short stories Soren Larsen Stradbroke Island Suzanna Clarke The Alphabet of Light and Dark The Promise of Iceland travel travel writing vessels voyaging Walter Scott Wondai WQ WQ magazine writing as therapy Writing Bar writing community writing exercises writing process Zoe Boccabella