An eight-month miracle book went to the printer yesterday, accompanied by alternating flurries on my part of anxiety, excitement and relief. Since last August, I’ve been the leader of a narrative research project for the Spirit of the Streets Inc guiding their book, The Spirit of the Streets: Our Stories, to completion.
Cover of the eight-month miracle book.
Ethical printing happens when green technology and environmentally friendly paper coincide. These were among the last things I thought about when I accepted the invitation to help the Spirit of the Streets Choir produce a book to celebrate their tenth anniversary in May this year. Continue reading
Since July last year, I’ve been working part-time on a narrative research project for the Spirit of the Streets Choir in Perth. The work continues, but finally we can see the end. Continue reading
Intellectual property and its misappropriation weigh heavily on my mind today, especially with regard to the publication of photos without permission from the photographer. As a writer, historian and blogger, I am obviously concerned about copyright in general.
Copyright protects intellectual property