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Unstill Life – Writer’s Talk and Book Signing

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July 31, 2012
11:00 am

With the launch of Unstill Life—an impressionistic travelogue of sorts, charting his practised nomadism around the globe—visual artist and writer Stephen Eastaugh gives an account of his itinerant experiences over the last thirty years.

To accompany the book—an enticing mélange of geography, memory, and art—Eastaugh will offer a writer’s talk and book-signing event in Melbourne next week, where copies of the book may be purchased.

WHEN: Tuesday 31st July, 6-8pm (RSVP to fiona@sweetcreative.com.au by 24 July)
WHERE: Sweet Creative, 212 St Kilda Road, St Kilda.
WEB: stepheneastaugh.com.au/


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