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At the Melbourne Museum

Earlier this week, I watched a short presentation by illustrator, artist and author Christophe Niemann on How to Overcome the 3 Fears Every Creative Faces. To avoid the fear of running out of ideas, Niemann (and others) suggest taking time … Continue reading

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Murder in Mesopotamia: Agatha Christie & Archeology

From the Melbourne Museum website. Reproduced with permission. What do crime fiction and archaeology have in common? A public forum at Melbourne Museum on 9 September will solve this intriguing question with a focus on famous crime writer Agatha Christie’s … Continue reading

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Thank you, Mesopotamia

Attention Melbourne writers: if you haven’t yet done so, I urge you to visit the Mesopotamia exhibition at the Melbourne Museum and pay homage to the ancient culture that invented writing. I spent a wondrous morning wandering around the exhibition … Continue reading

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