Jay Griffiths (Author)

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Jay Griffiths (Photo credit: Tim Griffiths 2013)

Photo credit: Tim Griffiths 2013

Jay Griffiths' writing has appeared in the London Review of Books, the Guardian, the Observer, The Ecologist and Resurgence magazine, of which she is an associate editor.

For more information on Jay Griffiths and her books visit her website: jaygriffiths.com

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Book Cover: A Love Letter from a Stray Moon

I am Frida, and I am not Frida.

I am the moon, hollowed out by remorse.

I am many women, I answer to many names.

My prayer is from the forests of Mexico, from the molten heart of the earth.

Fly closer, fly nearer to me.

I am Frida, and I am not Frida.

I am the moon, hollowed out by remorse.

I am many women, I answer to many names.

My prayer is from the forests of Mexico, from the molten heart of the earth.

Fly closer...

Published: 28/03/2011
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781921758027
Book Cover:  Wild: An Elemental Journey
'I took seven years over this work, spent all I had, my time, money and energy. Part of the journey was a green riot and parts a deathly bleakness. I got ill, I got well. I went to the freedom fighters of West Papua and sang my head off in their highlands. I met cannibals infinitely kinder and more trustworthy than the murderous missionaries who evangelise them. I anchored a boat to an iceberg where...
'I took seven years over this work, spent all I had, my time, money and energy. Part of the journey was a green riot and parts a deathly bleakness. I got ill, I got well. I went to the freedom fighters...
Published: 04/08/2008
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9780141006444

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Cloudstreet 25th Anniversary
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Cloudstreet, Tim Winton’s sprawling, comic epic about luck and love, fortitude and forgiveness, and the magic of the everyday. However it may never have been published had it not been for the stranger who chased after Tim with the manuscript he’d left it on a bus in Rome. Since it was first published by McPhee Gribble on 1 April 1991 Tim Winton’s award-winning novel has been reimagined as a successful play, a major TV mini-series and now an opera.

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