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Bibliophile | ‘Honeybee’ is a trans coming-of-age story with a local perspective

Honeybee by Craig Silvey Allen & Unwin When fourteen year-old Sam Watson climbs over the rail of the traffic overpass late at night, Sam wonders if it is going to do will hurt or if death would be instant. Having a slight pang of sympathy for whoever would find what remained, Sam notices an old […]

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REVIEW: Jasper Jones

REVIEW: Jasper Jones

‘Jasper Jones’ is Barking Gecko’s latest offering that’s currently downstairs at the State Theatre Centre of W.A. It’s based on local author Craig Silvey’s 2009 novel of the same name, and was adapted by Geraldton-born playwright Kate Mulvany. The story is set in the regional mining town of Corrigan and is told by Charlie Bucktin, […]

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