Kyoto Journal 95 0ut now. Delighted to have added images to as ever a fascinating range of articles. Fiction, reportage, poetry, home remedies and Pico Iyer’s latest wanderings…
‘From the green spaces of urban Osaka to the sacred ravines of Ubud: this issue delves into the Asian conception of well-being from a holistic standpoint.’
BAM winter issue now available @ MCA Sydney, GOMA Brisbane bookshops, and Sydney Contemporary 12-15 September @ Carriageworks.
This issue’s Art of the Afterlife: Patrons
Sunday session packed to the rafters – with for once a reasonably ‘good’ connection to Manus. Behrouz Boochani impassioned and profoundly articulate as always. Thank you Byron Writers Festival for the platform and support.
Print version of Until We Are All Free graphic narrative available from James Bennett, ALS and bookshops via special order.
Things Fall Apart – 2016, 53 x 38 cm editioned. Archival pigment print.
Included in the Salaam exhibition at the Grafton Regional Gallery.
All proceeds to be donated to victims of Christchurch mosque attacks. Exhibition until 19 May.
Flim-flam, Strawberry Fairy, and the Flying Monkey Bird gracing the shelves @ TED2019 conference – Vancouver.
Honoured to have Wee Charles trilogy featured in the TED2019 bookstore – 15-19 April Vancouver.
She’s had to be patient, but Granny finally at the finishing stages.
Proof of Wee Charles and the Flying Monkey Bird sent for review this afternoon. Available early in 2019.
Until We Are All Free now available for viewing via Medium
Or link directly via the excellent graphic journalism site: Drawing the Times. While there, explore the site, the other narratives.
An important informative collection of graphic non-fiction accounts, reported and drawn by a global crew of illustrators, Drawing the Times addresses social, political and cultural issues.