Tag Archives: Leslie Joseph Savage

Love Letters

Nearly 10 years ago, I was contacted by a stamp collector, who’d found a letter to my father, Haydn, from his father, Les, among a bulk lot of first day covers bought at auction. I wrote about this extraordinary story … Continue reading

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Melbourne Postcard

Though I set most of my fiction abroad, I love my hometown of Melbourne. So I was delighted to be invited to contribute a ‘Melbourne Postcard’ for ABC Melbourne radio’s The Friday Revue, hosted by Richelle Hunt and Brian Nankervis: … Continue reading

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A Hemingway-esque short story

Legend has it Ernest Hemingway once won a bet by writing a story in just six words. “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.” Whether true or part of the myth surrounding the twentieth century American writer, the anecdote illustrates how much … Continue reading

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Ruby Vine

It’s funny the things that remind you of someone. In the case of my paternal grandmother, whom I called Mumma, the sight of garden beds edged in concrete combined with a well manicured lawn bring the memories flooding back. These … Continue reading

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