While reading an interview with Jim Murdoch today as part of my critical reviewing studies I noted a remark from Jim that “[l]ike most people I like to see photos of the rooms writers work in…”. Since it’s going to take me a while to train myself up to the task at hand, I thought Jim’s remark might provide a good opportunity for me to summarise where my studies have taken me so far.
April 26, 2012
Room to work in
Brad Frederiksen is a 44 year old Australian-born poet. He began writing poetry while studying Philosophy as a mature-aged university student in 2008 and is currently working on a formula for the volumes of Surprise and Wonder. View all posts by Brad
This entry was posted on Thursday, April 26th, 2012 at 5:48 pm and tagged with photography, writing and posted in Creative Writing, photography. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
4 Responses to “Room to work in”
Follow Instructions on Top Card Cancel reply
- Pencil sketch of two uniformed women.
- Cnr Kamilaroi Hwy and Gap Rd
- baby out with bathwater
- Space kitchen Haiku
- Sooty Oystercatcher
- Pay the fare. Ask questions later.
- You never went for teddy bears
- Sorghum and the Hoverfly: Last stop south of Gunnedah
- The i word for 1000 words on a seven-string guitar
Basic courtesiesAll work produced by Brad Frederiksen for this weblog is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Australia License. Please ask first. That would be nice. Cheers. Header image and all other photography by Brad Frederiksen unless otherwise attributed. contact: maekitso at gmail dot com