No Leederville Picnic

This is what’s missing from Subiaco. Although exactly what she’s doing isn’t entirely clear. Where is that picnic? Is this like hiding the chokito? By Daniel B.

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Commended Haiku writer. A lover of The West's Worst. Perth stand-up comedian, photographer and writer.
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12 Responses to No Leederville Picnic

  1. NF#1 says:

    Look, just about anything, including this, is better than those ever so clever “Vacant Property Tax St” etc. street signs, now seemingly a permanent feature of the greater inner-metro quirky-shit good taste zone. Admittedly, whinging about them is as pointless, trite and predictable as the signs themselves, thus my quest for perfect circularity goes on. Hitler. Name and address surprised.

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  2. Bento says:

    Marianne Faithfull tribute act?

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  3. JaneZ says:

    OK Bone Clocks, by David Mitchell, who wrote Cloud Atlas, and (I thought) can write, inexplicably has all this excruciating sub-Wintoning set on Rottnest to do with the harsh sky and the weeping of the elders etc. it’s awful. I understand there is more WA stuff to come but I think I might give up. There is even a Noongar poet character called Kenny Bloke. Even Tim wouldnt do that.

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  4. JaneZ says:

    In “The Bone Clocks” which is a recent novel by David Mitchell, best known for Cloud Atlas which is terrible yet pretty great. Is that a dumb answer or did I misunderstand the question? He isn’t Australian and the whole Perth bit in this book is unexpected and wincingly bad.

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