Thursday, March 02, 2006

Visitors welcome, do come in

Evidence of various strange kinds pops up from time to time, sometimes in the most unexpected places, that people have visited this blog accidentally or otherwise.

So, if you're out there, do please leave a paw print -- check in to the comments box (no trace of your identity or email address will be visible if you just sign in as Anonymous, although it would be nice to know who you are, and I don't mean to encourage psycho flamers or anything) and say what's on your mind. I'm assuming only people with some interest in Aust Lit are likely to end up here, either via Google or some other way, so you're more likely than not to have some opinion to express.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

found out about your blog thru the big issue and figured I'd check it out. Been thinking about setting up one myself so I'm trawling for ideas.
By the way, are you the kerryn Goldsworthy that marked my creative writing thesis?
Does vignettes of a Japanese summer ring a bell?
Small world, aint it.
Rita.

KLG said...

Yep, that's me -- I seem to remember it was a nice thesis, too!

I had no idea the blog got a mention in the Big Issue -- that's exactly the kind of thing I meant about it being out in the world in all sorts of unexpected places.

Janine said...

Hi Kerryn
I can't remember where I found out about your blog, but I ended up here anyway.
Just waving to say hello...

Janine

Anonymous said...

Yer, big rave in feb big issue (hoffman/capote on the cover) in a column about the scarcity of lit blogs.

Enjoying adelaide vicariously. More please!!

Anonymous said...

NYRB, LRB, ABR and U!
good stuff, Kerry. Keep on bloggin'

Rosaleen Love said...

Found out about your blog through Matilda.
Blogs are kind of like a ideal conversation, I reckon, where the blogger keeps up with a train of thought without the mid-flight interruptions from others in a real-time, real-life, face to face conversation.
You ask where are the writers who started in the 70s and 80s? Here I am, still going. Kind of.

kimbofo said...

I'm here via Matilda.

I'm an expat Australian living in the UK, so I always enjoy discovering new Aussie lit blogs. I've added you to my blog roll and visit every day.

Really love your post on Robert Fisk. Have added his book to my (ever growing) wishlist!