COD hangs up the rod – for a while at least
As with all good things, and most bad things, the time has come to throw COD back into the Murray, put the rod back in the garage and cease thinking of painful fishing puns.
Having published two books and learnt many valuable lessons along the way, now it's time to take stock (sorry, here we […]
Pics from the “Covers” re-launch
Well, for those of you who missed it, here's a teaser for the fantastic times that were had by all at the re-launch of Nick Whittock's “Covers”.
Above: the concourse, in which an enthralled audience sat listening to Michael Clarke's juggling masterclass, Nick's readings and the excellent launch words of Gideon Haigh (seated […]
“Covers” re-launch a go-go!
The second edition of Nick Whittock's Covers keeps on selling fast and to this end we're holding a re-launch on Thursday 16th June, at the Victorian Writers Centre (first floor, 37 Swanston St, Melbourne), from 6pm onwards.
Special guest on the night will be writer and cricket afficionado Gideon Haigh who will re-launch the book […]
No, we’re not dead yet …
Only resting, as Graeme Chapman would say. Things have been pretty quiet in the COD pond these last few months, mostly due to other commitments.
We will, however be showcasing COD as part of the upcoming Emerging Writers Festival in Melbourne. Come down to the Victoria Hotel in Little Collins St (just behind the Melbourne […]
More praise for “Covers”
Can this man do any wrong? Okay, so it's a blurb from the bookshop in Bega that stocks copies of “Covers” but as they say, you have to convince them one at a time.
In other news, “Covers” is now available in Gleebooks (Sydney), Avenue Books (Middle Park) and Sticky (in the arcade between […]
Candelo launch pics
Nick Whittock clean bowls the audience with selected poems from his debut collection, “Covers”.
Someone impersonates Adam Gilchrist.
Nick at it again.
Whittock launch in Sydney
Sydney poetry lovers will be interested to know that Nick Whittock will be performing at the Excelsior Hotel (64 Foveaux St Surry Hills) on Thursday February 17, starting at 8pm.
The Excelsior's website lists the following acts as performing on the night:
DEN HANRAHAN 11pm
Karl Broadie 10pm
Carter Vance 9pm
More media for “Covers”!
Article courtesy of Bega District News.
Nick Whittock at the St Kilda Writers Festival
COD's cricket-poem-writing superstar Nick Whittock will be appearing in person at the inaugural St Kilda Writers Festival this coming weekend. He may or may not be wearing whites.
Nick will be participating in a panel on St Kilda writers chaired by Michael Farrell. Other panelists include Stephanie Holt and Dr Chris McAuliffe. Be at the […]