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    y separately published work icon Minds Went Walking : Paul Kelly’s Songs Reimagined Mark Smith , Neil A. White , Jock Serong , Fremantle : Fremantle Press , 2022 24936802 2022 anthology prose

    'Jock Serong, Mark Smith and Neil A. White posed the question: what would happen if a group of Australia’s finest storytellers were invited to let their minds go walking through the Paul Kelly songbook?

    'Twenty-one writers responded with tales of forbidden love, with the ghosts that inhabit St Kilda and the ‘special treatment’ of the Noongar people; with the dumb things they did when they crossed the Nullarbor, and how a simple song could bind a father and daughter forever.

    'Like Paul Kelly’s songs, the stories in this anthology will take you anywhere, and everywhere, and they will keep coming back to you like a cork on the tide.'

    Source: Publisher's blurb.

    Fremantle : Fremantle Press , 2022
    pg. 55-66
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