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I had a meeting with a television producer this morning. It was to pitch a TV special / series to co-incide with the release nationwide of one of my future books. With a potential print and TV cross-over in the works, the producer was receptive, and by the end of the half-hour pitch meeting wants to now slowly work towards getting enough together to approach possibly ABC or SBS and secure development grant funding from the SA Film Corp. and involve the National Film Archives at Canberra. As I
Several months ago, a poem of mine called "A Little Death in Pornotopia" was published in The Adelaide Review, (a monthly newspaper distributed free throughout the city). A Christian woman wrote back and condemned my poem as "outright witchcraft", an accusation actually published by the newspaper. That was the first time that a published work by a poet had been accused in print of witchcraft since poet Gavin Greenlees collaborated with Rosaleen Norton (who was branded "the
In 2-3 weeks time, I will be meeting with a television producer to discuss a potential documentary related to my non-fiction film writing. I don't want to make too big a deal out of it but I take the opportunity for such a pitch extremely seriously.
Also, my Australian publisher Inkstone gets back soon from the US. When he does, I'll find out if my film non-fiction books done here in Oz will be sold to the large US market.
So, there are many possibilities here to
It's a part of the writing process. You send something off, you get nervous about it. I sent an email to Hustler Australia seeing if they might be interested in the world I write about in stories, and was once close to in reality. I mentioned possibility of serialization, book and even inferred more film-wise possible if the "hook" worked. I'm guessing they will reply "not interested", but now that I'm actively pursuing professional publication (I already have a column in
Hello (ladies, I add hopefully),
I seriously doubt anyone's reading this, but just in case: I've always wanted a space for absolute carnal and intellectual cybersexual self-indulgence and so proceed here accordingly.
Your choice to proceed into a world which custos described to my discerning amusement as "Drifter's Pornographer's Utopia" is that, your choice.
Naturally, on hearing of a "pornographer's utopia" and having already