Posted by: Lisa Hill | June 29, 2021

**A new book**

Regular readers will know that Jonathan Shaw comments regularly here, and now he has released a new book of poetry, None of Us Alone, published by Ginninderra Press’s Picaro Poets series. Since the lockdown means he can’t have the usual launch, this is a virtual launch here at ANZ LitLovers!

Me fail? I fly!

Exiting news!

If you go to my Publications page, you’ll see a new book of poetry has been added to my list of publications. It’s None of Us Alone, featuring a cover photo of one of the thousands of ceramic hearts created as part of the Emerging Artist’s Connecting Hearts Project.

Unlike my previous books, this one is not self-published. It’s part of Ginninderra Press’s Picaro Poets series edited by Brenda Eldridge. It’s a thing of beauty, a chapbook, containing just 24 poems.

You can buy a copy for just $5 plus postage and handling from the Ginninderra Press website, at this link (and you can browse the rest of the series while you’re there). Buyers from outside Australia can’t purchase from GP, but I have a small supply that I can sell to them and anyone else who prefers to deal directly with me.

When the current…

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  1. Thanks for the megaphone, Lisa. Almost as good as crackers and cheese and fold-up chairs.

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    • I hope you’re having a glass of sparkling to celebrate at home!

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      • I’ll do that in my own teetotal way – a little lime juice in my soda water!

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  2. Congrats on your publication!

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