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June Perkins is thrilled to have a poem ‘A few of my Scariest Things’ and a short story ‘Storm Girl’ published in this collection.
Support International Literacy Day
I am very honoured to support this project of my dear friend and fellow creative Mel Irvine who has invited me to via skype to an International Literacy day in Botongon. It’s been quite a journey since we met at a song writing workshop in Far North Queensland, a place where we both shared the power of music and became friends.
Mel says, “International Literacy Day is held on 8 September every year and this year I’ll be celebrating with the children of Botongon as well as some accomplished artists, writers and musicians from Iloilo City. As a special treat, my friend and children’s author Dr June Perkins will be joining us via skype to engage with the children about the subjects closest to her heart: family, the natural world and the importance of going to school. And you can join us too, LIVE via YouTube or Facebook.”
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We are so delighted to announce that Magic Fish Dreaming is now available in the South Bank precinct.
You can find it at the State Library shop.
In store: Level 1, State Library of Queensland
Cultural Centre, Stanley Place, South Bank
So for anyone passing through Brisbane and doing touristy and visitor activities you will easily be able to check out and if you love it, buy the book.
Magic Fish Dreaming is listed in the upcoming Books from our Backyard which focuses on Queensland Books. So such good news in the lead up to Christmas !
South Bank is a super location and they display the books in their shop so beautifully.
A big thank you to all other shops stocking the book particularly Riverbend Books, the first shop to stock the book and great supporters of poetry.
Forever grateful to Riverbend books for their support so if you…
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