Search results for tag: Kate Holden

GUEST BLOG: Five Things I Learnt From Editing Mothermorphosis (by Monica Dux)

The importance of valuing the hard work of writers. The effort that goes into good short form writing is frequently undervalued. People often imagine that all it takes is for someone to come up with an idea, sit down and type out an essay, run a spell check, then deliver their work. Of course writing a strong essay is so much more than this; for most of us it’s a long and arduous process, from ... Read more

by | April 24, 2015

The Romantic: Italian Nights and Days by Kate Holden, author of In My Skin

This is the spellbinding follow-up to Kate Holden’s memoir In My Skin, but it has a different story to tell. The Romantic describes Kate’s journey from Melbourne to Rome and Naples, from romance and sex to love, from loss to understanding—and back again. This is a book about everything from sex with strangers to the heartbreaking realities of being in love. It’s about the pride of fierce indepe... Read more

by | September 25, 2010

Story of O : If We Pull Back The Curtains, What Do We See? : Let Me Count the Ways – Part Five

(RATED PG – Parental Guidance Recommended.) Valentine’s Day in the Suburbs – Private Love Walking suburban streets alone at night can be unnerving. Not just because they can be dark, not just because they are often deserted, but because we come indecently close to the private world of our neighbours. It can be quite disturbing. In the absence of visible and audible signs of li... Read more

by | February 11, 2010