Lew Collins’ blog site can be found over at http://www.swimanog.com
“There are innovators, masters and imitators”
– Ezra Pound.
Charles Bukowsky and Vincent Van Gogh were innovators.
Bukowsky didn’t get the awards and Van Gogh didn’t get the money. Listen to America’s finest independent publisher on Bukowsky.
A film on the First National Black Playwrights Conference and Workshop held January 1987. Invited into the Sydney Film Festival, June 1987, and Pincher Creek Indian Film Festivals of 1989 & 1990, Karbara was first broadcast on ABC TV.
Rediscovered by the film’s director and producer from the Flinders University Library, this 16mm documentary-drama is an important record of Australian film and theatre history, a documentary-drama gem, weaving fiction, fact and metafiction in a moving piece on creative effort and cultural dreams.
Lew Collins unleashes Archie Lees and a disorderly cast of post-Iliadian characters in twelve dysfunctional off-battlefield-torn months of 21st century literary mania