Things are snowballing with the Rich Land, Wasteland coal book. One amazing lady has just bought 100 books to send to politicians whom she feels simply must read it to know what they are doing to us.
Bacchus Marsh and Inverloch here in Victoria are yet more unthinkable regions for mining/gas to be proposed.
When I get back from Victoria, I’m heading over to the mid-north coast for several talks before nipping down to Parramatta. Maybe some of you can make one, so just in case here are the details:
?Wednesday 27 June
Gloucester? 7pm Senior Citizens Centre
?30 Hume Street
Contact: Email Di Montague
??Thursday 28 June
5.30pm Laurieton Library
Contact: Kate Forrest, Librarian (02) 6581 8177 or email?
Friday 29 June
?4.30pm Kempsey Library
Contact: Alison Pope (02) 6566 3210 or email
??Tuesday 3 July
?1-2pm Taree Library
Contact: Margie Wallis (02) 6592 5291 or email
and ??6-7pm Taree Library
??Wednesday 4 July
5-7pm Parramatta Library
Contact: Yan Zhang (02) 9806 5157 or email?
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Thanks Richard, and I’d love to go to Tassie, Richard, but no group or venue has invited me yet, so assume little interest in the issue. It’s pretty costly to go there without funding but I might try to combine it with a break in my camper when/if the talks schedule eases off here. Spring maybe?
I have just bought your latest book and have read all the others too..Fantastic book..Do you have any plans to come to Tasmania to do any talks?..
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