Open Page with Drusilla Modjeska

Australian Book Review
Published in March 2016, no. 379


Because otherwise I wouldn't know what I think. Besides, I haven't proved much use at anything else.


Yes, I sometimes dream such hilarious plots that I wake laughing. But when I try to write them down they have an inconvenient habit of vanishing.


At a particular beach on the New South Wales south coast; in an evening garden with a friend and a glass of wine; at home.

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Published in March 2016, no. 379

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