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Snail eBook available soon

Posted in Eric Yoshiaki Dando with tags on April 8, 2017 by Eric Yoshiaki Dando

Cover by Mathew Revert

Big thanks to Lucas Thorn and Erin McWhinney

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The Novel Teacher. A new eBook novella available on Smashwords

Posted in Eric Yoshiaki Dando, Uncategorized with tags , , on May 16, 2013 by Eric Yoshiaki Dando

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Download a copy of The Novel Teacher here: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/315066

View a sample here: http://goingdownswinging.org.au/site/excerpt-from-the-novel-teacher/

Read an illustrated essay here: http://goingdownswinging.org.au/site/the-meditations-part-vii-eric-yoshiaki-dando-on-the-novel-teacher/

 

Best Australian Stories 2012

Posted in Black Inc, Eric Yoshiaki Dando, hobo signs and cartoons, Meredi Ortega, The Best Australian Stories 2012, The Sleepers Almanac, Uncategorized with tags on November 8, 2012 by Eric Yoshiaki Dando

Real happy that my story Human Beans (first published by Sleepers Almanac) was included in The Best Australian Stories 2012, (edited by Sonya Hartnett and published by Black Inc). I am also really proud that my story includes three of my own drawings.

My favorite story so far is called David Davis at Coldpigeon Dot Com by Meredi Ortega. Very funny story. Evil.

eBook collection from Neil Boyack

Posted in Edwina Preston, Eric Yoshiaki Dando, Grunge Literature, Melbourne Grunge Literature, Michelle Griffin, Neil Boyack, Overland Literary Magazine #143, Rowland S Howard, Tom Ball, Uncategorized on October 23, 2012 by Eric Yoshiaki Dando

Neil Boyack created a frenzy for Australian grunge literature when he published Black in 1995.

It was amazing because Black was self published. I remember seeing Neil on TV talking about self publishing his book and I remember thinking that anything was possible. He was very fierce about his craft. It was very inspiring for me.

Everyone was speaking in an American  accent back then at spoken word and open-mike nights and I remember Neil because he spoke in his own voice.

Download his books onto your device:

http://neilboyack.com/books/