'This long essay is an engagingly personal, playful and thoughtful examination of the arrival in 1832 in Tasmania of a shipload of women, sent to redress the imbalance of genders in that colonial settlement.' (Publication summary)
In memory of
Lucy Halligan and of my father, William Power.
'If you don't behave yourself they'll send you to Tasmania' -Carillo Mean, Transports of Delight in the Stream of Consciousness