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“The Last Double Sunrise” – Review

Dorothy Johnston reviews Peter Yeldham’s latest work “The Last Double Sunrise”, which is available now. Carlo Minelli must surely be the most engaging – and lucky – prisoner of war in Australian literature. Minelli is dubbed the POW Artist when he enters a painting i read more

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Remembering Alex Faure

We were incredibly saddened to hear of the passing of Alex Faure, a close friend of Peter Yeldham and For Pity Sake Publishing, and inspiration behind ‘Dragons in the Forest’. Peter writes: He was my brother-in-law and a friend. A great companion who enjoyed a party, a man read more

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Peace, Pacifism and Peter Yeldham

Peter Yeldham’s done a lot in his life. He’s shared an office with Spike Milligan. (Yes, that Spike Milligan.) He’s written for the BBC, the ABC, for television and radio. He’s an award-winning and nationally celebrated Australian story-teller. Across the decad read more

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