Anne Walsh is a poet and a story writer whose work falls somewhere on the border of those two countries. Sometimes she’s a dual citizen and sometimes she has no country at all. Most of the time she is illegal everywhere; a local nowhere. Hers, the homeless criminality of only the deepest love. She was shortlisted for the ACU Prize in Literature and The Newcastle Poetry Prize in 2014. Her work has been published in Sotto Magazine, Glimmer Train, Prayers for a Secular World, WolfWatcher Anthology, Reflections of Elephants, Australian Love Poems. Her collection of poems, I Love Like a Drunk Does, was published by Ginninderra Press in 2009.
My name is Kieran, I met you on a flight to Dubai. Well I just remembered your blog site and thought I would take a look. I wonder if you ever ended up writing a recipe book with all your amazing ideas. 🙂 (if not I hope you do someday). Hope you and your family are well and The blog is great as expected and it’s amazing to see you are still doing it. Well done. All the very best and merry Xmas.
Hi Kieran, of course I remember our conversation really well. Thank you so much for getting in touch. Hope you guys had a great trip. Working on the cookbook this coming year, 2015 was a challenging year and I was travelling for a big part of it. Hoping to focus more on the blog in 2016. Merry Xmas to you too, have a wonderful new year.
Looking forward to these poems!