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dotdotdash07: sacred

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About the Book

‘This is a local project worth keeping an eye on.’
The West Australian

’I think it is the best looking magazine I have ever seen in Perth. Really professionally done, and gives that kind of synergy that comes from, you know, perfect text with perfect illustrations.’ Professor Brian Dibble

dotdotdash07 is about personal experiences of the sacred. Whether bittersweet childhood memories or untouchable loves, whether the happy wholeness of being or the sadness of separation, whether rejection or acceptance of faith, whether swimming, dancing, marrying, thieving or dying, dotdotdash07 is a series of dynamic literary works that explores the many facets of everyday spirituality.

Featuring: poetry by acclaimed West Australian writer Kevin Gillam, most recently published in Two Poets (Fremantle Press); Mags Webster, author of The Weather of Tongues (Sunline Press); Elizabeth Ashe, director of Mavi Contemporary Art in New Mexico; short fiction by emerging authors Glen Hunting, published in The Kid and The Karaoke Stage and other stories; Michael Collins, published in Voiceworks; Josephine Clarke, published in indigo, Eureka Street, and Westerly; and artwork by Erin Tily-Laurie, Blaxell Emerging Artist (2009); and Charlotte Hart, who has shown art at the Smithsonian Art Museum in Washington DC.

Poetry, Current Affairs, Culture & Social History, Adult Fiction
Publication Year
The dotdotdash collective
Large Format Illustrated
Height x Width mm
265 x 200
Sample Chapter
Ghost Train Spread.pdf
Sample Poem
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