At the end of everything: (after Donald Friend)

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Abstract

Hill End—a gold town in New South Wales—was once named Bald Hill, but its name
changed decades ago. Local wags described it as ‘always at the end of everything’.
Donald Friend and his partner Donald Murray had a cottage there, and Murray stayed
long after Friend had gone. Now it’s an artist residency; this poem reflects on how social narratives affect experienced 'reality'.
Original languageEnglish
Typepoem
Media of outputtextual
PublisherWesterly
Number of pages1
Place of PublicationPerth
Edition1
Volume65
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Publication series

NameWesterly
No.1
Volume65
ISSN (Electronic)2207-8959

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